Highest Paid in 2020: Fisheries Sciences Graduates in the New England Region

Find the Highest Paid Fisheries Sciences Grads in the New England Region

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Fisheries Sciences graduates should anticipate to earn about $34,838 annually, starting out. If you select a school known for high graduate earnings, then you can improve your chances of having a high salary down the road.

Ranked Below are Regional Schools with Fisheries Sciences Grads who Earn Competitive Salaries

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University of Rhode Island is one of the best schools in the U.S. for Fisheries Sciences. Grads of the fisheries sciences program report average early career earnings of fisheries sciences and mid-career earnings of $58,073. This school is located in the suburban area of Kingston, Rhode Island, close to shops and other entertainment.

Score higher than 24 on the ACT? That's above the standard applicant score, so definitely submit it. You will be able to learn about a lot of nationalities because of URI's diverse population. Take a virtual tour for more information on URI's campus.

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