Those who have a degree in IT, engineering, economic sciences, or in medicine- and health sciences can expect to have the highest salaries, according to the newest (2014) data collected from the graduate career tracking system (DPR), writes eduline.hu.

The newest findings of the graduate career tracking system (DPR) are out: universities and colleges asked their former students how fast they got a job, how much their monthly salary is, and if their job requires a degree.

Eduline took a look at the average net income of the newly graduates, and collected the highest-and lowest paying areas. According to the newest data, those with an IT, engineering, economic sciences, and medical- and health sciences degree have the highest salaries.

The first column of the wages includes those too who work abroad, while the second column only counts the average salary of those working in Hungary.

 

AreaMonthly salary (net)
Agricultural Sciences164 810 – 148 600
Humanities169 260 – 154 770
Economic Sciences222 080 – 205 650
IT266 780 – 246 450
Law179 750 – 176 180
Engineering229 160 – 207 640
Administrative, Military, and Police183 170 -179 920
Medicine-and health sciences196 670 – 160 910
Education158 990 – 153 120
Sports Sciences163 750 – 142 310
Social Sciences171 480 – 153 620
Sciences186 780 – 152 690

based on an article of eduline.hu
translated by Adrienn Sain

 

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