Special Report

Worst Paying Jobs for College Graduates

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41. Appraisers and assessors of real estate
> Median annual wage: $54,980
> Typical entry-level education: Bachelor’s degree
> Total employment: 80,800
> Projected employment change (2016-2026): +14.4%

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40. Camera operators, television, video, and motion picture
> Median annual wage: $54,570
> Typical entry-level education: Bachelor’s degree
> Total employment: 25,100
> Projected employment change (2016-2026): +7.0%

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39. Tax examiners and collectors, and revenue agents
> Median annual wage: $54,440
> Typical entry-level education: Bachelor’s degree
> Total employment: 62,100
> Projected employment change (2016-2026): +0.6%

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38. Set and exhibit designers
> Median annual wage: $54,270
> Typical entry-level education: Bachelor’s degree
> Total employment: 14,600
> Projected employment change (2016-2026): +10.3%

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37. Health educators
> Median annual wage: $54,220
> Typical entry-level education: Bachelor’s degree
> Total employment: 61,000
> Projected employment change (2016-2026): +14.5%

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