Estimate Your Earning Potential Before Enrolling In Grad School

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Look into your future with help from SALT!

If you just slogged through finals, the last thing on your mind is probably, “Gee, I can’t wait to sign up for more school after this!”

However, with another semester done in your college career, grad school may be in your not-too-distant future—even if it means taking on a lot more debt. But how can you determine if that path makes sense for you? With help from SALT™. (Of course.)

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Going to grad school could make it easier for you to find employment and land a bigger paycheck when you enter the job market. But, unfortunately, there are no guarantees.

Still, depending on the program you pursue, that advanced degree might be worth it. To help you assess your options, SALT created a new Grad School Salary Estimator tool. This interactive tool lets you learn about the jobs and salaries landed by recent graduates from grad programs you’re considering. That way, you’ll have a better idea of what’s waiting for you in “the real world.”

Take a look, and identify the real value of a grad school program..

Estimate Your Salary

SALT is a nonprofit-backed resource that provides simple ways to take control of your student debt, manage your money, and tackle your #20SomethingProblems. Create your SALT account to get started today. It’s free!

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  1. Sasha December 16, 2013 / 4:22 pm

    This is a really cool tool, very informative!

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