Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content
hero
Economics:

Top 10 Degrees in Demand

Money/CNN.com reported the Top "10 Degrees in Demand" November 14, 2004 based on National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) survey.

TOP 10 DEGREES
IN DEMAND

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - When asked which new college grads they were likely to hire, the greatest number of employers said they were interested in hiring grads who majored in accounting, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, business administration and economics/finance.

Of the 254 employers who took NACE's survey, 45.7 percent were service-sector employers, 40.5 percent were manufacturers, and nearly 13.8 percent were government or nonprofit employers. Regionally, 35.8 percent are from the Midwest; 30.7 percent are based in the South; 21.3 percent are in the Northeast; and 12.2 percent hail from the West.

Accounting

Electrical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Economics/Finance

Computer Science

Computer Engineering

Marketing/Marketing Management

Chemical Engineering

Information Sciences and Systems

Contact

Traci Fahimi
School of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Dean
T: 949-451-5232
O:BSTIC 203C 

Julie Scholl
School of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Sr. Admin. Assistant
T: 949-451-5717
O: Library, Room LIB 106D

 
Copyright © Irvine Valley College