Graduates of Agricultural Economics & Business programs typically have an average salary of $39,547 starting out. You can increase your chances of earning more than average by selecting one of the schools below, known for high graduate earnings.
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It's difficult to beat University of Connecticut if you wish to pursue Agricultural Economics & Business as a major. Students who graduate from the Agricultural Business program make an average of $43,777 in the first five years of their career and $81,448 after their first five years of their career. The area of Storrs, Connecticut, is wonderful for students who favor a quieter, suburban place.
You may want to study extra hard for your SAT; the standard score of applicants to UCONN is 1,235. Score more than 28 on the ACT? That's above the standard applicant score, so definitely submit it. For details, look at college scorecard.