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Choosing These College Majors Will Pay Off the Most

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35. Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
> Avg. annual earnings: $80,775
> 2018 unemployment rate: 3.1%
> Total labor force: 222,080

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34. Physics
> Avg. annual earnings: $81,112
> 2018 unemployment rate: 3.3%
> Total labor force: 285,737

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33. Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
> Avg. annual earnings: $81,378
> 2018 unemployment rate: 2.9%
> Total labor force: 18,496

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32. Chemistry
> Avg. annual earnings: $81,685
> 2018 unemployment rate: 2.2%
> Total labor force: 582,466

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31. Physiology
> Avg. annual earnings: $82,028
> 2018 unemployment rate: 2.5%
> Total labor force: 118,401

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