10 College Majors with the Lowest Starting Salaries

10 College Majors with the Lowest Starting Salaries

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Working with kids is one of the most commendable things you can do for a living. So obviously you get paid NOTHING for it.

PayScale.com just put out a list of the college majors with the lowest starting salaries. And seven of the top ten have to do with kids.

1. Early childhood education, $29,700.
2. Child and family studies, $31,200.
3. Culinary arts, $31,900.
4. Child development, $32,200.
5. Early childhood and elementary education, $32,300.
6. Social work, $32,800.
7. Music teacher education, $33,300.
8. Elementary education, $33,600.
9. Broadcast communication, $33,600.
10. Human services, $33,800.

(Payscale)

Barbra Streisand, Chris Brown, and Tim McGraw Lead a Busy Week on the Billboard 200

Barbra Streisand, Chris Brown, and Tim McGraw Lead a Busy Week on the Billboard 200

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A pair of country guys debuted at #3 and #4 this week:  TIM MCGRAW is at #3 with 71,000 copies of “Sundown Heaven Town” . . . and George Strait hit #4 with 51,000 copies of his live album, “The Cowboy Rides Away”.

 

 

Other debuts include TRAIN at #5 . . . MOTIONLESS IN WHITE at #9 . . . and SLASH at #10.  Here are this week’s Top 10 albums . . .

 

 

1.  NEW:  “Partners”, Barbra Streisand . . . 196,000 copies

 

2.  NEW:  “X”, Chris Brown . . . 146,000 copies

 

3.  NEW:  “Sundown Heaven Town”, Tim McGraw . . . 71,000 copies

 

4.  NEW:  “The Cowboy Rides Away: Live From AT&T Stadium”, George Strait . . . 51,000 copies

 

5.  NEW:  “Bulletproof Picasso”, Train . . . 50,000 copies

 

6.  “Native”, OneRepublic . . . 49,000 copies

 

7.  “V”, Maroon 5 . . . 34,000 copies

 

8.  “Anomaly”, Lecrae . . . 31,000 copies

 

9.  NEW:  “Reincarnate”, Motionless In White . . . 31,000 copies

 

10.  NEW:  “World On Fire, featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators”, Slash . . . 29,000 copies

 

 


 

 

Over on the Hot 100, Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” rules the chart for a third straight week.  It’s also the third straight week where the Top 5 songs have been from women . . . just the ninth time that’s happened in the Hot 100’s 56-year history.

 

 

And Jeremih and YG entered the Top 10 this week with their song “Don’t Tell ‘Em” squeaking in at #10.

 

 

Here are this week’s Top 10 songs and the # of weeks they’ve been on the chart . . .

 

 

1.  “All About That Bass”, Meghan Trainor . . . 11 weeks

 

2.  “Shake It Off”, Taylor Swift . . . 5 weeks

 

3.  “Bang Bang”, Jessie J featuring Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj . . . 8 weeks

 

4.  “Anaconda”, Nicki Minaj . . . 7 weeks

 

5.  “Black Widow”, Iggy Azalea featuring Rita Ora . . . 12 weeks

 

6.  “Stay With Me”, British singer Sam Smith . . . 24 weeks

 

7.  “Break Free”, Ariana Grande featuring Zedd . . . 12 weeks

 

8.  “Boom Clap”, Charli XCX . . . 16 weeks

 

9.  “Chandelier”, Sia . . . 20 weeks

 

10.  “Don’t Tell ‘Em”, Jeremih featuring YG . . . 13 weeks