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Nurse Practitioners Median Wages: $95,350/yr, Growth: 14%+, Education: 90% Master’s degree and above Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health Median Wages: $66,250/yr, Growth: 9%+, Education: 96% Bachelor’s degree and above Dentists Median Wages: $152,700/yr, Growth: 14%+ , Education: 81% Doctoral degree Information Security Specialists Median Wages: $90,120/yr Growth: 14%+, Education: 94% Bachelor’s degree and above Dental Hygienists Median Wages: $72,330/yr, Growth: 14%+, Education: 79% Associate’s degree – 21% Bachelor’s degree School Psychologists Median Wages: $70,580/yr, Growth: 14%+, Education: 79% Master’s degree and above Insurance Sales Agent Median Wages: $48,200/yr Growth: 9%+, Education: 46% Bachelor’s degree and above Accountant Median Wages: $67,190/yr Growth: 9%+, Education: 84% Bachelor’s degree and above Bartender Median Wages: $19,530/yr Growth: 9%+, Education: 89% Some college no degree or less MD Family and General Practitioners Median Wages: $184,390/yr Growth: 9%+, Education: 96% Doctoral degree and more Farmers and Ranchers Median Wages: $64,170/yr Growth: -2%, Education: N/A Web Developers Median Wages: $64,970/yr Growth: 14%+, Education: 56% Bachelor’s degree and above Retail Sales Person Median Wages: $21,780/yr Growth: 5%+, Education: 89% High School degree or less Reporters and Correspondents Median Wages: $36,360/yr Growth: -2%, Education: 82% Bachelor’s degree Lawyers Median Wages: $115,820/yr Growth: 5%+, Education: 92% Professional degree and above Teachers – Special Education Secondary School Median Wages: $58,500/yr Growth: 5%+, Education: 96% Bachelor’s degree and above Industrial Engineer Median Wages: $83,470/yr, Growth: 0%+, Education: 90% Bachelor’s degree and above Food Scientists and Technologies Median Wages: $65,840/yr, Growth: 4%+, Education: 96% Bachelor’s degree and above Environmental Compliance Inspector Median Wages: $65,640/yr, Growth: 3%+, Education: 96% Bachelor’s degree and above Petroleum Engineer Median Wages: $129,990/yr, Growth: 9%+, Education: 98% Bachelor’s degree and above Solar Energy Systems Engineers Median Wages: $95,900/yr, Growth: 3%+, Education: 81% Bachelor’s degree and above Construction Manager Median Wages: $87,400/yr, Growth: 5%+, Education: 76% Bachelor’s degree Home Health Aide Median Wages: $21,920/yr, Growth: 14%+, Education: 63% High School diploma Actuary Median Wages: $97,070/yr, Growth: 14%+, Education: 94% Bachelor’s degree or higher Commercial and Industrial Designer Median Wages: $67,130/yr, Growth: 3%+, Education: 52% Bachelor’s degree Surveyors Median Wages: $58,020/yr, Growth: -2%+, Education: 70% Bachelor’s degree and above Database Administrator Median Wages: $82,710/yr, Growth: 10%+, Education: 88% Bachelor’s degree and above Soil and Plant Scientist Median Wages: $60,050/yr, Growth: 7%+, Education: 70% Master’s degree and above Tractor-Trailer Truck Driver Median Wages: $40,260/yr, Growth: 6%+, Education: 70% High School diploma or less Fundraiser Median Wages: $52,970/yr, Growth: 12%+, Education: 78% Bachelor’s degree Anesthesiologist Median Wages: $187,200/yr, Growth: 14%+, Education: 94% Doctoral and above Dispatcher Median Wages: $37,150/yr, Growth: 3%+, Education: 62% High School diploma Social Worker Median Wages: $58,560/yr, Growth: 3%+, Education: 94% Bachelor’s degree or higher Automotive Specialist Technician Median Wages: $37,850/yr, Growth: 5%+, Education: 49% Post-secondary certificate Physicians Assistant Median Wages: $98,180/yr, Growth: 14%+, Education: 95% Post-secondary certificate Childcare Workers Median Wages: $20,320/yr, Growth: 5%+, Education: 52% High School diploma Robotics Technician Median Wages: $53,340/yr, Growth: 0%+, Education: 68% Associate’s degree Logistics Manager Median Wages: $56,630/yr, Growth: 3%+, Education: 82% Bachelor’s degree and above Landscape Architect Median Wages: $63,810/yr, Growth: 5%+, Education: 89% Bachelor’s degree and above Childcare Workers Median Wages: $20,320/yr, Growth: 5%+, Education: 52% High School diploma Radiologist Median Wages: $187,200/yr, Growth: 14%+, Education: 68% Post doctoral certification Locomotive Engineer Median Wages: $56,240/yr, Growth: 2%+, Education: 68% high school diploma Video Editor Median Wages: $61,7500/yr, Growth: 14%+, Education: 50% Bachelor’s degree Childcare Workers Median Wages: $20,320/yr, Growth: 5%+, Education: 52% High School diploma Desk Top Publisher Median Wages: $39,840/yr, Growth: -2%+, Education: 73% Associate’s degree and above Marketing Manager Median Wages: $128,750/yr, Growth: 10%+, Education: 91% Bachelor’s and above Purchasing Manager Median Wages: $108,120/yr, Growth: 0%+, Education: 75% Bachelor’s degree Historian Median Wages: $55,800/yr, Growth: 14%+, Education: 44% Bachelor’s and above Advertising Manager Median Wages: $95,890/yr, Growth: 5%+, Education: 54% Bachelor’s degree Editor Median Wages: $56,010/yr, Growth: -2%+, Education: 73% Bachelor’s degree
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Ohio State University – Columbus: Average Institutional Aid: $8,143 - 79% Receiving Aid, Regis University: Average Institutional Aid: $16,832 -96% Receiving Aid, Boston College: Average Institutional Aid: $34,606 -41% Receiving Aid, Saint John’s University: Average Institutional Aid: $23,165 -100% Receiving Aid, Duke University: Average Institutional Aid: $41,083 -43% Receiving Aid, Baylor University: Average Institutional Aid: $17,706 -96% Receiving Aid, Valparaiso University: Average Institutional Aid: $21,046 - 96% Receiving Aid, Purdue University: Average Institutional Aid: $6,321 - 42% Receiving Aid, University of Wisconsin – Madison: Average Institutional Aid: $6,173 – 35% Receiving Aid, Gonzaga University: Average Institutional Aid: $17,067 - 98% Receiving Aid, University of Phoenix – Pennsylvania: Average Institutional Aid: $1,703 – 33% Receiving Aid, Gettysburg College: Average Institutional Aid: $27,174 – 65% Receiving Aid, Villanova University: Average Institutional Aid: $26,751 – 53% Receiving Aid, University of Scranton: Average Institutional Aid: $20,715 – 94% Receiving Aid, University of Miami:Average Institutional Aid: $23,629 - 82% Receiving Aid, Northeastern University: Average Institutional Aid: $29,163 - 70% Receiving Aid, University of San Diego: Average Institutional Aid: $21,202 - 83% Receiving Aid, Rider University: Average Institutional Aid: $18,837 - 99% Receiving Aid, The New School: Average Institutional Aid: $15,484 - 95% Receiving Aid, Mercer University: Average Institutional Aid: $22,976 - 99% Receiving Aid, Chatham University: Average Institutional Aid: $22,465 - 93% Receiving Aid, DeVry University - Arizona: Average Institutional Aid: $3,233 - 68% Receiving Aid, Wake Forest University: Average Institutional Aid: $35,282 - 38% Receiving Aid, Oberlin College: Average Institutional Aid: $23,246 - 82% Receiving Aid, University of Richmond: Average Institutional Aid: $37,333 - 58% Receiving Aid, Syracuse University: Average Institutional Aid: $26,092 – 67% Receiving Aid, Bryn Mawr College: Average Institutional Aid: $28,176 – 71% Receiving Aid, Xavier University: Average Institutional Aid: $19,144 - 99% Receiving Aid, Methodist University: Average Institutional Aid: $22,184 - 98% Receiving Aid, Ottawa University: Average Institutional Aid: $14,868 - 99% Receiving Aid, Bob Jones University: Average Institutional Aid: $5,564 - 82% Receiving Aid, Harvard University: Average Institutional Aid: $44,029 - 52% Receiving Aid, Saint Bonaventure University : Average Institutional Aid: $18,257 - 99% Receiving Aid, University of Tulsa: Average Institutional Aid: $23,602 - 90% Receiving Aid, Berea College: Average Institutional Aid: $23,843 - 100% Receiving Aid, University of Oregon: Average Institutional Aid: $5,651 - 58% Receiving Aid, Regent University: Average Institutional Aid: $6,560 - 94% Receiving Aid, Fordham University: Average Institutional Aid: $23,508 - 90% Receiving Aid, University of Dayton: Average Institutional Aid: $19,301 - 93% Receiving Aid, Bradley University: Average Institutional Aid: $13,973 - 98% Receiving Aid, American University: Average Institutional Aid: $23,208 - 74% Receiving Aid, Sarah Lawrence College : Average Institutional Aid: $27,652 -72% Receiving Aid, La Salle University: Average Institutional Aid: $24,150 - 92% Receiving Aid, University of Iowa: Average Institutional Aid: $8,743 - 65% Receiving Aid, Northwestern College: Average Institutional Aid: $16,419 - 100% Receiving Aid, Iona College: Average Institutional Aid: $17,159 - 98% Receiving Aid, Fresno Pacific University: Average Institutional Aid: $13,143 - 98% Receiving Aid, Springfield College: Average Institutional Aid: $17,982 -96% Receiving Aid, Princeton University: Average Institutional Aid: $39,805 - 59% Receiving Aid,

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