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    Salaries Up for College Grads

    INFO SCIENCE: Most starting salaries for college grads were up in 2004 according to a The National Association of Colleges and Employers survey. Information Science graduates' salaries jumped almost %11 since 2003. w00t. :-)







    Engineering majors are seeing the most cash -- though with narrow percentage changes from last year -- led by gains from chemical engineering graduates, who now earn $52,539 a year on average, up 0.3 percent from a year earlier. Computer engineering graduates follow closely behind with $51,297, a 0.1 percent decrease from last year.



    Those graduating with a degree in computer science are seeing heartier increases. According to NACE, information sciences and systems grads earn $42,375 a year on average. That's up 10.7 percent from a year earlier. Meanwhile, computer science graduates make $49,036 a year, a gain of 4.1 percent.

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