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Which Fresh Graduates Get The Highest Salary?

By Poyen Ramos on July 7, 2016

Whether you're still in college, or just recently graduated, you probably already know that having a degree can get you to land a job, well, most of the time. On the average, people with a college education sometimes earn twice as much compared to those who only have a high school diploma.

However, salaries for degree holders vary widely. A job in social work, or theology probably won't pay as much, especially for entry-level positions in the first few years. So it's always smart to look ahead at what jobs have the best earning potential right out of college. We gathered some data on what jobs actually pay well based on the job posts on Kalibrr. Put yourself on the right track with these eight good paying careers for entry-level positions:

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Our data shows that a job in the IT and software industry remain the highest paying job for fresh graduates, while law related careers and engineering jobs fall at second and third respectively.

A career in PR and communicationssales and marketing are at a tie with Php 25,000 for an entry-level position; customer service and human resources also tie with each other at Php 22,500. A career in the accounting and finance industry also goes above the Php 20k level with Php 21,500.

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