We already know what fields are hiring grads like crazy.
But what roles are recent grads flocking to after college?
Job site Glassdoor recently released a list of the most common job titles that college grads hold in the first five years of their professional lives. The results are all based on Glassdoor’s research from April 2017.
The median base pay for each title is based on anonymous salary reports on the site from the last two years by US-based employees with five or fewer years of work experience.
Here are the roles that grads are gravitating toward:
Tutors give private lessons to students covering various academic disciplines.
Top majors: English, Spanish, and physics
Median base pay: $36,000
19. Customer service representative
Customer service representatives provide assistance to customers and handle complaints.
Top majors: Criminal justice, sociology, and history
Median base pay: $35,000
18. Substitute teacher
Substitute teachers teach classes on a temporary basis, usually filling in for teachers on leave.
Top majors: Education, Liberal Arts, Music
Median base pay: $25,000