10. Information Sciences & Systems ($54,038 annually)
Examples of jobs include network engineer, systems analyst, database administrator, interface specialist and computer programmer.
Required degree: BS in information sciences or information systems, or a BA in business technology administration (or related field)
9. Industrial Engineer ($57,734 annually)
Industrial engineers work with companies like manufacturing firms and service industries to increase efficiency.
Required degree: BS in industrial engineering
8. Financial Analyst ($60,000 annually)
Financial analysts work for companies to make help them make decisions about investments.
Required degree: BS in business administration, accounting, finance or statistics
7. Registered Nurse ($61,000 annually)
Nurses work in hospitals and clinics to help provide care for the sick. It requires a strong constitution and a lot of dedication.
Required degree: BS in HFNE
6. Quality Engineer ($65,000 annually)
A quality engineer will work to maintain quality control standards by doing things such as product inspection and product failure analysis.
Required degree: BS in engineering
5. Network Engineer ($68,500 annually)
Network engineers manage the hardware and software in computer systems.
Required degree: BS in information technology or other computer-focused field
4. Business Analyst ($69,500 annually)
A business analyst helps companies increase efficiency and maximize profits by identifying company problems and devising solutions for those issues.
Required degree: BS in computer science or a related field
3. Software Engineer ($72,000 annually)
Software engineers develop software, whether it be the latest game app or the basic software that runs Mac computers.
Required degree: BS in computer science or software engineering
2. Investment Banking Analyst ($73,000 annually)
An investment-banking analyst will work for corporations to advise them on investment opportunities.
Required degree: BS in business, finance or accounting
1. Systems Engineer ($77,500 annually)
System engineers work with computer systems, generally either configuring, testing or fixing a network.
Required degree: BS in engineering, computer engineering, or electrical engineering