10 Highest Paying College Degrees

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  • Published on Jul 15, 2019
  • Trying to decide on a future career? Here's the 10 best college degrees to make the most money and then 10 college degrees that make the least money.
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  • hot pepper
    hot pepper Day ago

    2 years rn degree 90k

  • Javon Jones
    Javon Jones 2 days ago

    I wonder how electrical engineering stacks up???

  • Thabo Clive
    Thabo Clive 3 days ago

    What about law

  • Tanvir Hossain
    Tanvir Hossain 5 days ago

    what is about social work graduates????

  • Maggie Pio
    Maggie Pio 5 days ago

    Wow wow wow you forgot Computer Science!

  • Slowdin Son
    Slowdin Son 5 days ago +1

    Whose want to be a pilot in here?

  • Millicent Lopez
    Millicent Lopez 6 days ago

    10. Finance
    9. Civil Engineer
    8. Mechanical Engineer
    7. Molecular Biologist
    6. Pharmaceutical Sales
    5. Applied Mathatics
    4. Health and Pre-Medicine
    3. Nuclear Engineering
    2. Zoology
    1. Actuarial Science

  • DivaGirl10
    DivaGirl10 6 days ago +1

    of course the higher paying careers are in areas I am not strong at, like math and science and finance. i am getting into my teaching career and I know my dreams definitely won't come true

  • sara deen
    sara deen 18 days ago +3

    Career in mathematics is not for me tho😂

  • Monoj ROY
    Monoj ROY 21 day ago

    Make video about stock market

  • Cassidy bloodworth
    Cassidy bloodworth Month ago +1

    Zoology 😂😂😂😂 fuuuck outa here

  • William Thrower
    William Thrower Month ago

    Some of us don't give a fuck. I have 2 college degrees and refuse to use either one for personal reasons. I will never accept any job that requires a degree. I'm all about naked options trading. People don't like it because it involves so much risk but what they don't understand is that all of life is a gamble. Everytime you get behind the wheel of a car you're gambling on possibly having a wreck. Everytime you go out in public you gamble on being shot. To work a job is to gamble on getting fired and it really doesn't matter if you're good at your job. They could always turn against you for some stupid reason. If you think you're safer by avoiding the stock market think again. All of life is a gamble. Fuck college. Fuck all jobs - including the so-called 'good' jobs. Options trading is the way to go. For me, it's the only way. I have unlimited profit potential, etc. I always rufused to kiss ass to get ahead. I don't value social status. I'm not into any of that. So, if you don't kiss ass to get ahead or use a college degree there's only one option left for success - you have to become good at taking calculated risks. That's what I did. If it weren't for options trading, I'd probably be driving an 18 wheeler and I'd be perfectly fine with that. I could have $100 million laying around and live in a double-wide. It's not about life-style - it's about money for the sake of money. Fuck the world.
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  • Teresa Bell
    Teresa Bell Month ago +1

    4:45 anyone have his @?

  • J .17
    J .17 Month ago

    U forgot pilot!

  • Mark dark bin
    Mark dark bin Month ago +2

    Architecture!😈

    • Abcd Efg
      Abcd Efg 2 days ago

      Likely to be jobless because very uncertain career

    • Abcd Efg
      Abcd Efg 2 days ago

      Likely to get jobless as well very uncertain career

  • Alan Parson
    Alan Parson 2 months ago +36

    This list is terrible.
    *More Accurate (According to Indeed):*
    1. Dentistry
    2. Medicine
    3. Computer Science
    4. Nursing/PA
    5. Finance
    Engineering, Law, and Pharmacy are stagnating. Software is taking over the world but the bottom fringes may be susceptible to automation. A.I. and Data Science may disrupt all the other fields that have security at this time except for those with human interaction (i.e. nursing and physical therapy).
    The only college professors being hired these days are for Healthcare and Business. Even computer science taught at universities isn't hiring as much, I assume because one can learn programming on their own.
    I predict that the massive growth in software and A.I. will extend to other engineering fields and medicine revolutionizing their knowledge base and expanding on their capabilities. I think new industries in genetic and technologic body modification will become a thing. And I also believe aerospace engineering will be in great demand for astronautic engineers to work on spacecraft for new ventures off-planet.

    • Alan Parson
      Alan Parson 17 days ago

      @SHAV THE NAILER Petroleum should be good until newer energy rockets because of innovation. But even then, the conservative projection is that newer energy will only make up 4-8% of the world's energy by 2040 unless some massive breakthrough renders gas and oil as prohibitively useless.

    • SHAV THE NAILER
      SHAV THE NAILER 20 days ago

      Alan Parson do you know about petroleum engineers, do you think even if I’m not of a country’s nationality I could still be employed by a company there?

  • Its Ali
    Its Ali 2 months ago

    Fuck u

  • NessMasterGengar!
    NessMasterGengar! 2 months ago +32

    Library science? Wtf is that?

    • A// Akaal Singh
      A// Akaal Singh 24 days ago +3

      You can put any word in front of science and it somehow is one 😂😂

  • Shreyash Chede
    Shreyash Chede 2 months ago +1

    Computer Engineers didn't even make it to the list now I'm considering to dump my path as Security expert :P

  • TattooedFourLife
    TattooedFourLife 3 months ago

    Acting and art are looking for that big break that takes them to the top, but you should do what you enjoy.

  • Junaid Hassan
    Junaid Hassan 3 months ago

    Pharmacist😊

  • Zidane's Lover
    Zidane's Lover 3 months ago +2

    11:15 How much psychologists earn?

  • Sfooky
    Sfooky 3 months ago +5

    Paid $100.000 to go to graduate school and get a masters degree: earns six figures
    A college dropout: found microsoft and become the 2nd richest man in the world

    • Sfooky
      Sfooky Month ago

      @Patrick Ramsey im not making an argument lol im just saying something that is probably true idc what you think, if you think a higher education is better then thats fine

    • Coolio D
      Coolio D Month ago

      @Patrick Ramsey when did I ever bring up Steve Jobs or Bill Gates and what gives you a say on whether or not that I do know people in my personal life who have dropped out of college and make good $$?? I know a few people who are doing well for themselves, and people who have college degrees and aren't doing shit. I'm working on my degree right now because i know it will give me more worth later in life at some point.

    • Patrick Ramsey
      Patrick Ramsey Month ago +1

      Coolio D Lets be real, you don’t know anyone who has done that. And bringing up people like Bill Gates or Steve Jobs doesn’t help your argument at all lol.

    • Coolio D
      Coolio D 3 months ago +2

      I know so many people who didn't go to college/or dropped out and make easily more than most people who get degrees. Guess it's all about who you know, or finding the right job!!

  • Bogdan Paliciuc
    Bogdan Paliciuc 3 months ago +10

    Hehe, just finished my bachelor in mechanical engineering 🍻

    • Exosted Gamer
      Exosted Gamer 12 days ago +1

      @Fabricio hell no your still very young

    • Fabricio
      Fabricio 12 days ago

      I want to start but is 20 considered old or too late?

    • Bogdan Paliciuc
      Bogdan Paliciuc Month ago +2

      @Isaias Martinez Jr well first 2 years were based on math, phisics, mechanics, tolerances and so on... 3 and 4 were the most interesting because we had to do projects in CAD programs such as Catia or Solidworks. Btw I specialised in Industrial Design. It is worth it, but only if the field really interest you, not only the money.

    • Isaias Martinez Jr
      Isaias Martinez Jr Month ago +1

      How was it? I'm considering switching over to an engineer major

  • All Kinds of Videos
    All Kinds of Videos 3 months ago +1

    What about Electrical Engineering and Mechatronics?

  • BlackDoge
    BlackDoge 3 months ago

    15 years ago: stop making videos and get an actual job!!
    Present: hello guys! Welcome back to my channel! Can we get 5k likes?!

  • _AMN21
    _AMN21 3 months ago +4

    Law, Computer science, Dentistry and Economics should be there IMO

    • _AMN21
      _AMN21 Month ago

      TheAce I’m from England but with an economics degree you can enter into investment banking, become an economist, transition into being a lawyer of barrister, become an actuary which in my opinion is one of the best careers you can go into given the salary you can earn

    • TheAce
      TheAce 2 months ago

      I'm currently pursuing an economics degree and I was just wondering what jobs are available for someone with an economics major?

  • Vitor Rocha
    Vitor Rocha 3 months ago +7

    #10 is true, I love being a financial planner!

    • Issac Moreno
      Issac Moreno 11 hours ago

      @maestro awesome Listen kid, all jobs suck.

    • Vitor Rocha
      Vitor Rocha 2 months ago +1

      @maestro awesome Thats subjective. Personally I think soccer is the best sport in the world and its so fun to play. However, here in America most people think it's super boring. So the best answer I can give you is do your research and see how you feel about it. Some colleges and university even offer financial planning ''summer camps'' for high school students like yourself to learn more about finances and maybe spark an interest in the career. I actually went to college to study personal financial planning, which is essentially a more specific degree compared to just finance. My experience in school was awesome, all of my classmates were really smart and very helpful, so were all of my professors. I started my financial planning job on June of this year and so far I've really been enjoying it.
      If you are planning on going into a career based on the pay, then don't even bother looking at this industry. Not because the pay isn't good, cause it is. By your 5th or 6th year, you should be making around 6 figures, whereas in any other regular 9-5 you'll be getting a raise from $75 to $78k. Financial planning is never about the amount of money YOU will make, its about the amount of money you will save/invest for your CLIENT. Your money will simply be a reflect of your work towards your clients.

    • maestro awesome
      maestro awesome 2 months ago +1

      @Vitor Rocha is it a fun job? i'm considering studying finance in college, so it would be much appreciated if you tell me your experience.

      Ps: is the pay good

    • Vitor Rocha
      Vitor Rocha 2 months ago

      maestro awesome kind of, it depends on a few different factors such as the firm you end up working at, what role you have, the office culture and etc. In the beginning it’s pretty much like that. You start by studying and getting licensed. Once you get licensed you start marketing and arranging meetings with clients. After about 5 years or so, you should be able to set your own schedule. A lot of advisors, one of my coworkers for example, don’t ever come to the office and just handle business at home over the phone. Other people just work better in the office and have their local clients come into the office as well. It all depends.

    • maestro awesome
      maestro awesome 2 months ago

      Is it a 9to5 job?

  • lanigirognithemos
    lanigirognithemos 3 months ago

    BS degree is BS.

  • atrelopian678
    atrelopian678 3 months ago +4

    I’m going into the radiology field they make about 70k
    Dental hygienist make up to 90k and that’s a two year degree

  • Sue Pierce
    Sue Pierce 3 months ago +29

    Why is that woman engineer wearing high heels on the job site? Dangerous!

    • Issac Moreno
      Issac Moreno 11 hours ago +1

      @DinoGonx Amen. I wish we can go back to the days when men worked and women were at home.

    • DinoGonx
      DinoGonx 3 months ago +12

      back to the kitchen i guess

  • Andrew Blake
    Andrew Blake 3 months ago +3

    05:00 - I'm in the wrong country... graduated with a degree in Biomedical Science 2 years ago and am not earning nearly as much...

  • MrHothead099
    MrHothead099 3 months ago +7

    Please do “Top 10 Highest Paying Blue Collar Jobs” (working w/ your hands ONLY, engineers don’t count.)

    • Issac Moreno
      Issac Moreno 11 hours ago

      @MrHothead099 Trust me, Blue Collar jobs are not as easy as you think.

    • GibranKG
      GibranKG 2 months ago +1

      MrHothead099 “real work for real men”
      lol if that’s what you want to call it.

    • MrHothead099
      MrHothead099 2 months ago

      no ohm were talking about jobs that any retard with a pulse and a pair of hands can do. No need to know complex or any of that other bullshit. You know, real work for real men.

    • no ohm
      no ohm 2 months ago

      Who said engineers dont get their hands dirty if im not wtong mechnical engineer especially has to do hands on work as most also build what they design such has robots and other stuff like aircrafts

  • one ugly boi
    one ugly boi 3 months ago +2

    Officers in the military make stupid bread not to mention the high ranking officers even after retirement

  • Sifid Channel
    Sifid Channel 3 months ago +12

    Bro, in Greece 30.000 dollars a year is considered rich. The average person takes 10.000 euros a year.

  • qo1o4262UYA
    qo1o4262UYA 3 months ago

    If you want the most valuable bang for you buck degree, I Definitely recommend cyber security. It’s a very easy degree and there is a shortage so there are jobs available everywhere. I have 1 year left before I graduate and I’m already getting job offers. My friends in the field get paid over $80k in entry level positions. After experience you are easily looking at 6 figures.

    • Milk Tea
      Milk Tea Month ago

      @qo1o4262UYA Hi, I want to study programming and I'm currently in high school but I'm not that great with math, sometimes I pass and sometimes I don't. So should I study programming though?

    • qo1o4262UYA
      qo1o4262UYA 3 months ago

      DinoGonx I would definitely recommend looking up some small projects like learning how to make a tic tac toe game or some sort. I can’t seem to grasp programming too well.

    • DinoGonx
      DinoGonx 3 months ago

      @qo1o4262UYA uni hasnt started yet and i learn c++ beforehand i guess itll help then

    • qo1o4262UYA
      qo1o4262UYA 3 months ago +1

      DinoGonx Cs is good too but learning programming is hard and a challenge. Most people don’t like it at first but when they’re good at it they do. I hate programming lol

    • DinoGonx
      DinoGonx 3 months ago

      i do cs wjat about that

  • Loganbb91
    Loganbb91 3 months ago +6

    I make 71k a year and I don’t even have a high school diploma 🤣 work hard and be the best at whatever you do and you’ll always be successful.

    • Loganbb91
      Loganbb91 3 months ago +1

      Concrete finisher

    • A M
      A M 3 months ago

      What do you do?

  • Nate T
    Nate T 3 months ago +1

    Cyber security is where its at folks

    • Issac Moreno
      Issac Moreno 11 hours ago

      Don't you need lots of certifications to get into the field?

  • Dead Man
    Dead Man 3 months ago +67

    You forgot about gender studies as being the worst paying job ever

    • Issac Moreno
      Issac Moreno 11 hours ago

      Is there even a job for that major, (besides teaching)?

    • GANG GANG
      GANG GANG 2 months ago +2

      Lmaoo

  • Dan Young
    Dan Young 3 months ago +5

    Men tend to choose one list and women tend to choose the other. Wonder why there is a pay gap....

  • senorbeast09
    senorbeast09 3 months ago +1

    Software Dev Master Race
    LOL @ wasting 4 years in college
    LOL @ wasting tens of thousands of dollars in """school"""
    LOL @ your weak job market
    BRB 13 weeks bootcamp
    BRB literally over 40,000 open positions in the US
    BRB *starting* salaries of $70k+
    BRB can work from home after 5 years of experience

  • Captain Devious
    Captain Devious 3 months ago +3

    That's cool and all but I'm going to college for education and knowledge and a certificate in Game development but my overall goal is to become an indie game developer making my own games.

    • Issac Moreno
      Issac Moreno 11 hours ago

      I suggest you do Computer Science instead.

  • AR78gaming
    AR78gaming 3 months ago +2

    I want to start seeing sources on these videos

  • DeannaMarie
    DeannaMarie 3 months ago +19

    Woo pharmacy made the list!
    But seriously, don’t just go into a field because of the pay. Go into one you enjoy, and will feel accomplished and fulfilled in.

  • Denis St
    Denis St 3 months ago +9

    Is this 10 highest paying degrees, or a list of random careers with their median pay? lol. You should sort your list next time, and keep true to the title, some of these were borderline poverty pay careers.

  • chillcat43
    chillcat43 3 months ago +2

    Somebody write the 10 jobs in video wit time stamps

  • Ray Bou
    Ray Bou 3 months ago +3

    Dentist? Specialised physicians??
    Sophtwear ingenears????
    Tha hell is this

    • Ray Bou
      Ray Bou 3 months ago

      A dentist makes 176k as average bro

    • Ray Bou
      Ray Bou 3 months ago

      Need to redo this top 10 bro

  • Joseph Cheatham
    Joseph Cheatham 3 months ago +3

    Who else thought this was an infographic show video?

  • Rhelrahne Vi Satanis
    Rhelrahne Vi Satanis 3 months ago +4

    i think a video on 10 things america should fix or improve would be a good idea i already have three idea's and these come from a foreigner (NZ)
    1: Their college system so you no longer go into as much debt and have to repay it for your entire life.
    2: Healthcare more specifically slag it and redesign it from the waiting room up so you can actually afford it like what Obamacare was supposed to do.
    3: Your police department more specifically just stop being excessively brutal keep the guns they are for the officer's safety but tone it down precision pistols and perhaps rifles can do the job

    • Mr. Beanut
      Mr. Beanut 3 months ago

      Hey buddy, go watch donut operator. He gives some great insight on our police and tells how it really is. He is very informative

  • alex lara
    alex lara 3 months ago

    What is every job that would make me want to kill myself

  • Ronald_Xavier1996
    Ronald_Xavier1996 3 months ago +3

    College is dead... Degrees are worth nothing...

  • Bryan Christian Galvez
    Bryan Christian Galvez 3 months ago +3

    Think a degree where you are going to be happy and enjoy it not just because it pays a lot. There are a lot of people able to finish that high paying degree but they applied to a different field not related to the degree they finish.

    • mr coffeebean
      mr coffeebean 3 months ago +1

      Yeah but you can't do anything with gender studies 😂😂😂😂

  • J Zero
    J Zero 3 months ago +1

    Hi y’all! I hope you guys all the best! Good luck in life

  • Þyngd Tap Dietitian
    Þyngd Tap Dietitian 3 months ago

    Nice video

  • Patricia Diaz
    Patricia Diaz 3 months ago

    It not baggiest thing in the USA you just need to be Democrat leftest and not being white you can get any job or discriminated the business for descramation and being racist.

  • Frieza 223
    Frieza 223 3 months ago +2

    So psychology is a horrible degree?

    • alex lara
      alex lara 3 months ago +1

      Psychology is a stepping stone degrees. If you get a PhD you earn more. Industrial psychology gets 80k medium, social psychology 60-80 therpist earns some where 40 to 100k. The more education the more pay.

  • Kevin Leach
    Kevin Leach 3 months ago +8

    I would've put geology as it makes over 80k up to 120k specially if you work in the oil or the mineral industry with a minimum of 92k, plus it's quite easy to find jobs and they usually are able to work worldwide

  • Marcos Rascon
    Marcos Rascon 3 months ago

    10 ,not great not terrible

  • Tech Neo014610
    Tech Neo014610 3 months ago +2

    What about those who study law and become lawyers?

  • Joseph King
    Joseph King 3 months ago +137

    Hey person scrolling the comment...

    You’re awesome, have a great day or night❤️