Katie Schenk - October 24, 2017
In 2014, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimated the job growth over the next 10 years at a mere one percent. Two years later, the same organisation upped their forecast to seven percent growth between 2016 and 2026. And, given the way technology is developping, it seems that it will only continue to grow.
The salaries are growing as well. In 2015, the BLS put the median salary at $93,010 and by 2016, it was $96,270. Those in the top 75 percent earn $119,690 and the top 90 percent reach $149,040.
And, if that wasn’t good enough, Monster.com puts it in the number one position for the top ten best-paying master’s degrees. Yep, number one. The median pay for those with a master’s degree in electrical engineering is $121,000.
If you’ve been on the fence about whether or not to pursue a US master’s in electrical engineering, perhaps the huge list of programmes and on-campus recruiters is enough to get you writing those statement of purpose essays.
College Station, Texas
Davis (Sacramento), California
Los Angeles, California
Universities: US Northeast
Ithaca, New York
University Park, Pennsylvania
Universities: US South
Durham, North Carolina
Raleigh, North Carolina
Universities: US MidwestCase Western Reserve University - Case School of Engineering
West Lafayette, Indiana
Universities offering ME degrees
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