As this year’s batch of fresh university graduates enter the workforce, you may find yourself thinking about going back to school yourself. Seeing as graduate degrees require at least a two year commitment (not to mention a potential large dent in your savings), the decision of which graduate degree to pursue is monumental.
The top 15 graduate degrees to pursue in 2015
When trying to figure out best graduate degrees to apply to, you should definitely take into account which degree will result in the most relaxing, highest paying job with the highest chances at getting a position when you graduate. Well for 2015, these graduate degrees are most likely to tick all your boxes. Unsurprisingly, the list is heavily skewed towards science, math and computer engineering degrees, but good old MBA and JD make an appearance as well.