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2023 Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology Salary

There are about 1,997 students enrolled in Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology in the USA.

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Above Average

Compared to national avg.

Average Salary Two Years Out of School

$46K

Vs. National Avg.

15%

salary Rank

#113

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Paying for college is a massive investment for most undergraduates. It's important to be sure you boost your future earning power. We wish for the following job placement and income info to guide you in making an informed decision when electing your major.

The average Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology student earns a starting income of $34,950 per annum (bottom 40%). Further into their jobs, they by and large draw somewhere between $30,984 and $105,516, but average around $57,136. Just so you know, that is 48% north of the U.S. average.

The most common job for an Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology graduate is Analyst, which commonly make more or less $54,000; next are Web Developer and Data Analyst, which by and large earn approximately $55,000 and $51,000 respectively.

The Southwest has the highest earning Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology graduates. IL has the most well paid Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology alumni of any state. The best paid conference for Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology graduates is Big Twelve Conference.

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