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2023 Chinese Language and Literature Salary

There are about 1,813 students enrolled in Chinese Language and Literature in the USA.

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Enrolling in college is an important investment for most. It's important to make sure you expand your future earning potential. We aim for the following income and job placement insights to guide you in deciding your focus at college.

In their first year after university, Chinese Language and Literature students bring in $31,459 per year on average (bottom 25%). With experience in their careers, they by and large draw anywhere between $22,978 and $92,153, but average more or less $46,110. Just so you know, that's 19% greater than the United States average.

The most popular work position for a Chinese Language and Literature graduate is Engineer, which by and large make about $59,000; next are Analyst and Account Executive, which often make near $54,000 and $36,000 respectively.

The highest grossing region for Chinese Language and Literature graduates is The Great Lakes. MD has the most well paid Chinese Language and Literature graduates of any state. Atlantic Coast Conference has the highest earning Chinese Language and Literature graduates of any conference..

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