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2023 Family and Consumer Economics Salary

There are about 3,955 students enrolled in Family and Consumer Economics in the USA.

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Paying for college is a massive investment for most students. It is important to be assured you get a good return on that investment. With that in mind, we hope the following earnings and job placement insights help you in deciding your focus at college.

In their first year out of college, Family and Consumer Economics students make $35,799 per year on average (close to national median 58th percentile). After some time in their work lives, they normally generate something between $37,951 and $127,344, but average roughly $69,006. To put it in context, that's 79% more than average.

The most common job title for a Family and Consumer Economics graduate is Analyst, which normally make around $54,000; next are Account Executive and Data Analyst, which by and large make more or less $36,000 and $51,000 respectively.

The Far West has the highest grossing Family and Consumer Economics graduates. The best paid state for Family and Consumer Economics graduates is CA.

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