- BusinessKiplinger.com•5 hours ago
Going to college promises the opportunity to further your education, meet new people and get a taste of independence. It does not guarantee a lucrative career after graduation. While it's true that a worker with a bachelor's degree typically earns 67.7% more than someone with just a high school diploma, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, what you study can be a better indicator of your future employability and earnings potential. We analyzed data for 215 popular college majors, looking at the typical starting and mid-career salaries expected from each. We also examined recent online job postings seeking candidates with those majors, as well as long-term growth expectations for
- BusinessCNBC.com•22 hours ago
"The big takeaway is how into a corner the Saudis have backed themselves. This whole plan has backfired on them. They're going to be bearing most of the cutback if they pull it off, and they've had to really kowtow to the Iranians in this whole thing," Kilduff told CNBC's "Power Lunch." In April, OPEC members and Russia met in Doha, Qatar, to hammer out a deal to freeze production at January levels. But Saudi Arabia scuttled that plan when its regional rival, Iran, refused to participate. Ahead of the meeting in Agiers, Saudi Arabia softened its stance, reportedly offering to cut its own production if Iran agreed to freeze its current output at roughly 3.6 million barrels a day. On Tuesday, the
- financeAssociated Press•3 hours ago
Finding money you didn't know you had is like discovering lost treasure. For many people, there's treasure to be found in old, forgotten bank accounts. Las Vegas resident Michael Catania was surprised ...