Nurse anesthesia No. 1 in master's degree earnings — 10 insights

Moneyish compiled a list of the top-and worst-paying graduate degrees and nurse anesthesia took the top spot.

Moneyish used pay data from software provider PayScale to determine the highest-and lowest-paying master's degrees.

The top five highest paying, along with their mid-career median pay, are:

1. Nurse anesthesia — $165,000
2. Telecommunications engineering — $141,000
3. Finance — $134,000
4. Electrical engineering — $130,000
5. Computer engineering — $129,000

The five lowest-paying master's degrees are:

1. Human services — $46,600
2. Early Childhood Education — $49,200
3. Professional Counseling — $51,200
4. Community Counseling — $51,700
5. Museum studies — $52,700

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