Best Colleges for Mathematics

21,856

Graduates Per Year

$48K

Average Salary

#27

Most Popular Major

Salary

High Salary

$47,093

22% NATIONAL AVG

Average Salary Two Years Out of School

Average Salary

86

Sales and Merchandising

$47,763

87

Mathematics

$47,093

88

Non-Profit Management

$47,032

Salary Over Time

$47,093

Y2

Y3

Y4

Y5

$47,913

Y6

Common Roles

Engineer

59,000

Software Engineer

65,000

Analyst

54,000

Highest Earning Cohorts

Highest Earning Region

New England

$52,220

Highest Earning State

MD

$57,479

Highest Earning School

Swarthmore College

$125,015

SALARY

Starting college is an important investment for most. It's critical to be confident you are able to payback your investment. We hope the following income and job placement info help you make a well informed decision when selecting your focus.

In year one after university, Mathematics majors earn $47,586 per annum on average (top 27%). Further into their work lives, they predominantly bring home somewhere between $25,946 and $85,903, but average approximately $47,913. Just so you know, that is 24% over the American average.

The most common job for a Mathematics graduate is Engineer, which often earn about $59,000; next are Software Engineer and Analyst, which commonly earn close to $65,000 and $54,000 respectively.

New England has the highest earning Mathematics graduates. MD has the highest earning Mathematics graduates of any state. New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference has the highest grossing Mathematics graduates of any conference..