The 25 highest-paying jobs you can get with a bachelor's degree


Astronaut flight engineer Mike Fossum International Space Station

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NASA flight engineer Mike Fossum helps maintain the International Space Station.

Whoever said a college degree isn't worth the paper it's written on never considered becoming an engineer.


Typically you need a bachelor's degree to that, and whether you want to go into architecture or aerospace, you don't need any more education to earn around $100,000 a year as an engineer.

Don't want to become an engineer? Don't fret. There are plenty of other high-paying jobs you don't need to go to grad school to pursue.

According to the latest data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, these are the 25 highest-paying jobs that require no more education than a bachelor's degree.

Each has a median annual salary of at least $97,000.