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2023 Recording Arts Technology Salary

There are about 14,752 students enrolled in Recording Arts Technology in the USA.

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Enrolling in college is a serious investment for most students. It is critical to be assured you are well positioned to make back your investment. We hope the following income and career insights help you make an informed decision when choosing your major.

The average Recording Arts Technology student takes home a starting income of $22,457 a year (bottom 0%). Further into their occupations, they can make as much as $104,847 per year to as little as $27,023, but average around $53,102. For context, that's 37% more than the United States average.

The most popular work title for a Recording Arts Technology graduate is CDL Driver, which commonly make roughly $36,000; next are Engineer and Software Engineer, which usually make about $59,000 and $65,000 respectively.

The Far West has the best paid Recording Arts Technology graduates. The highest grossing state for Recording Arts Technology graduates is PA. The best paid conference for Recording Arts Technology graduates is West Coast Conference.

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