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Nearly 1 in 5 college grads expect to earn $85,000 in their first job this year – CNBC

Despite the ongoing effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, college students are pretty optimistic when it comes to their future employment opportunities.

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Despite the ongoing effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, college students are optimistic about their future employment opportunities. 
About 17% of students expect to earn more than $85,000 per year from their first job after graduation, according to a recent survey by AIG Retirement Services and EVERFI of over 20,000 college students nationwide. The $85,000 starting salary was the most common response from students.
While an $85,000 salary might seem like a surprisingly high starting point, it’s not…

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