A new study says a degree in medicine or nursing is worth far more than a degree from a traditional university, with some graduates even being able to earn upwards of $60,000 per year.
The study, published in the American Journal of Public Health, also found that graduates from more prestigious colleges can earn more than $40,000 more than those who go to less prestigious colleges.
The findings, which looked at data from the Federal Reserve Board’s National Center for Education Statistics, also showed that graduates with medical degrees were nearly twice as likely to earn an annual salary of more than more than three times their starting salary.
This is the first study to look at this type of compensation and find it is significantly higher for graduates with degrees from more selective institutions, the study said.
“There is a strong correlation between earning a master’s degree and a high-paying job,” said the study’s lead author, Dr. William W. Kline, a professor of economics and economics at Princeton University.
“This is consistent with the findings of a large study that found that the higher a student’s earnings, the more likely that student will have the option to transfer to a non-selective institution.”
If a graduate can obtain a degree with no additional costs, then a higher salary is an appealing option,” he added.
The finding also appears to reflect a general lack of understanding of what medical degrees are worth.
A 2009 study by researchers at Duke University showed that the median income for medical students in the United States was about $60.
In the same year, the median annual income for non-medical workers was about two-and-a-half times higher, according to a study published in December by the National Bureau of Economic Research.
However, the average annual salary for non tomed workers is about $52,000, the National Institute on Retirement Security found.
The new study was based on data from 2007 to 2015 from the National Center of Education Statistics.
The authors used the median earnings of graduates from five different schools, which included those with the top three-four percent of all medical school graduates, the top one-third of all non-medicine school graduates and the top five-six percent of graduates in the other two groups.
They then looked at how much the median salary was for graduates who earned a medical degree, as well as the average salary for graduates from a different school who did not have a medical school degree.
For example, if a medical student with a bachelor’s degree earns a median salary of $68,000 and then moves to a two-year non-degree program, the student will earn $45,000 in salary.
If a medical bachelor with a master of medicine degree earns $62,000 at a two year non-school, the students will earn an average of $50,000.
The data showed that if a doctor with a medical master’s in medicine graduates with a median income of $70,000 (the median salary for all medical students), and then works for five years at a non school, they will earn about $72,000 over five years.
However if a physician with a doctorate in medicine graduated with a salary of less than $70k and then returns to a medical institution, they would earn less than half that amount in salary over five and a half years.
The researchers found that if an adult with a B.S. degree earned $75,000 during his or her lifetime, the adult would earn about half of that amount over five decades.