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Article: Survey finds math, science grads earn top dollar

A survey conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics examined students four years after they obtained their bachelor degrees. A strong correlation between earning money and highly specialized degrees was found. In fact, grads who studied computer and information sciences were earning almost $30,000 more than the average humanities graduate.

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