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Why Study EAPS?

Employment

The top 10 majors with the highest employment rates include Geology and Geophysics and Atmospheric Science/Meteorology (Data from What's It Worth: The Economic Value of College Majors. Georgetown University, Center on Education and the Workforce.)

Great Salaries:

Atmospheric Science $87,980 (median) - $99,090 (federal)
Geologists $89,910 (median) - $135,390  (oil and gas)
Astronomers  $105,410 (median) - $141,660  (federal)
Astronauts $75,000 - $116,000 (GS Rates)
Environmental Scientists $66,250 (median) - $97,000 (federal)
Teachers $55, 050 (secondary) - $68, 970 (post-secondary)

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