Nov 11, 2016 01:26 AM EST

College Majors And Jobs That Can Easily Pay Of Student Loans

By Paula

Choosing a college major is difficult there are a lot of things to consider. For this plight, one must consider salary potentials.

Once student's graduate, they would need to pay their college loans and rents. Therefore, a job that offers high income might be critical during the first few years of their employment.

Yahoo News reported that if students would want to have a high-paying job after graduation, there are different fields to choose from. They could go on the fields of science, technology and engineering.

Students could delve into the field of biology where they can earn $41, 250. They could be lab assistants, paramedic and tutors.

One of the highest paying jobs students can try would be a social work. It pays higher than a biologist, students could get $41,656 on this job.

Being a healthcare administrator is not that bad, it's a job that offers a base salary of   $42, 000. A student could enter as a medical assistant, file clerk or office manager.

There are a lot of other courses that offers high paying jobs like Sociology and Psychology, which has a base salary of $42,000. Students could enter as HR assistants, account manager and administrative assistant for Sociology graduates.

Meanwhile, Psychology graduates can enter as case managers, mental health counselors and sales associates. Forbes reported that Anesthesiology is one of the highest paying jobs in America. Anesthesiologist get an annual mean wage of $235,070.

The famous news site also reported that Obstetricians and Gynecologists usually get around $212,570 annually. Orthodontist is also a lucrative field where graduates can get an annual salary of about $196,270.

There's also the Chief Executive position which offers an annual mean wage of $178,400. Aside from these, students can also work as computer scientists where students can get $70,000.

They can enter as a software engineer, systems engineer and web developer. Choosing a career is hard, all one needs is to be wise to succeed in their chosen career.

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