To identify the lowest paying jobs that typically require a college degree, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the 2018 median annual wage for detailed occupations that require an entry level education of a bachelor’s degree or higher, with data from the 2016-2026 Employment Projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Data on educational attainment by detailed occupation came from the Employment Projections program’s detailed data tables. We excluded all non-specific occupation classifications used by the BLS from consideration, specifically those jobs labeled as “all other,” a catch-all designation.
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