Which master's degree programs were associated with the highest pay prior to the COVID-19 pandemic? : a focus on very detailed fields of study / by Marc Frenette and Tomasz Handler.: CS11-626/2020-121E-PDF

"This study reports on the median earnings of master's degree graduates five years after graduation (prior to the COVID-19 pandemic), after adjusting for age, institution, and year of graduation. Results are shown for 77 fields for men and for 95 fields for women. Students may benefit from this information since they must apply to specific programs, as opposed to broader categories that are more often reported in studies"--Supplied by publisher.

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Department/Agency Statistics Canada, issuing body.
Title Which master's degree programs were associated with the highest pay prior to the COVID-19 pandemic? : a focus on very detailed fields of study / by Marc Frenette and Tomasz Handler.
Series title Economic insights, 1927-503X ; no. 121
Publication type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: Quels programmes de maîtrise étaient associés aux plus hauts salaires avant la pandémie de COVID-19? Un regard sur les domaines d’études très détaillés.
"Catalogue no. 11-626-X - 2020019 - No. 121."
"Release date: August 24, 2020."
Issued also in HTML format.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 6-7).
Publishing information [Ottawa] : Statistics Canada = Statistique Canada, 2020.
©2020
Author / Contributor Frenette, Marc, author.
Description 1 online resource (7 pages) : colour graphs.
ISBN 9780660357553
Catalogue number
  • CS11-626/2020-121E-PDF
Departmental catalogue number 11-626-X
Subject terms Wages -- College graduates -- Canada -- Statistics.
COVID-19 (Disease) -- Economic aspects -- Canada -- Statistics.
Epidemics -- Economic aspects -- Canada -- Statistics.
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