×


Commune

Are you a humanities and social sciences major? Here’s how much you can earn

Are you a humanities and social sciences major? Here’s how much you can earn

One of the factors that most students consider in choosing a course in college is employability and pay. Of course, who wouldn’t want money anyway?

Just to give you a glimpse of how much a fresh graduate can earn for taking up humanities and social sciences degrees, here’s a rundown of the top 10 highest paid industries based on the Jobstreet Philippines report in 2018. 

Interestingly, 7 of the 10 are from careers related to humanities and social sciences!

  1. Law/legal services – P27,355
  2. Public relations/communications  – P24,675
  3. Journalism – P22,446
  4. Advertising/media planning – P22,436
  5. Training and Development – P22,371
  6. Information Technology – P21,947
  7. Human Resources – P21,462
  8. Marketing/Business Development – P21,216
  9. Customer Services – P20,340
  10. Quality Control Assurance – P20,333

According to a Rappler report, the findings of Jobstreet.com’s Fresh Graduate Report 2018 were based on Jobstreet’s data from October to December 2017. It also reflected the survey the company conducted in February 2018 across the country. 

Are you now considering taking up a college degree in humanities and social sciences? If you’re still undecided, we wrote an article about the things you should know about the field. Click this link for more details! 

If this field doesn’t spark any interest, don’t worry! There are still many options to choose from. Make sure to check out the Edukasyon.ph blog for more tips and advice on Senior High school and College Life!

 

Like what you’re reading?

Follow us on our social media and register for free at Edukasyon now!

Register now

More from Edukasyon.ph Blog

Who’s That Girl? Meet These Filipina CEOs Behind Your Favorite Brands
Who’s That Girl? Meet These Filipina CEOs Behind Your Favorite Brands
The Big Picture of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM)
The Big Picture of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM)
Gamifying Humanitarian Action and Disaster Risk Management Training
Gamifying Humanitarian Action and Disaster Risk Management Training
Your Ultimate School Comeback Playlist
Your Ultimate School Comeback Playlist
Kamusta Na, Classmates? Online School Check-In
Kamusta Na, Classmates? Online School Check-In
BTS: DepEd’s Learning Delivery Modalities Explained
BTS: DepEd’s Learning Delivery Modalities Explained
4 Tips for Buying Your Next Gadget
4 Tips for Buying Your Next Gadget
4 To Do List Apps To Help Get Your (Student) Life Together
4 To Do List Apps To Help Get Your (Student) Life Together
Spread the Word! Earn Free Coins for Rewards When You and Your Friends Join Edukasyon.ph
Spread the Word! Earn Free Coins for Rewards When You and Your Friends Join Edukasyon.ph

Interested in learning more? Check out the below suggestions!

Acting MASTERCLASS: Be a Working Actor and Book Auditions!

Cost - Duration

$39.99 - 1hr

Provider

Udemy

Tangible Things: Discovering History Through Artworks, Artifacts, Scientific Specimens, and the Stuff Around You

Cost

FREE

Provider

edX

Accounting Analysis I: The Role of Accounting as an Information System

Cost

FREE

Provider

Coursera

Quality Assurance Engineer

A Quality Assurance Engineer designs and executes product testing in order to identify and fix products’ flaws before they go to market.  

Agronomist

An agronomist often acts as a liaison between the farmer and the crop researchers. He or she will review research findings and use this knowledge to help recommend solutions to farmers. Suggestions are made to the farmer regarding new scientific developments in order to help the growing operation. 

Aeronautical Engineer

The Aeronautical Engineering profession encompasses the study of the theories of flight and basic engineering sciences and the application of these principles to the research and development, manufacture, operation, maintenance, repair, and modification of aircraft and its components.