Median Annual Earnings of Adults in Business, Management, and Financial Occupations
Bachelor’s degrees had the largest dollar earnings increase over associate degrees for Whites and Asians in business, management, and financial occupations (a $20,427 increase for Whites and $20,000 increase for Asians). The largest percentage increase was 46.3 percent ($19,577) for Native Hawaiians or other Pacific Islanders.
U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 2016 5-Year Estimates (2012–16)
Only earnings for employed adults are included. All employed adults (both full and part time) are included.
Business, Management, and Financial Occupations were defined as having a 2-digit Standard Occupation Classification (SOC) code of 11 (Management Occupations) or 13 (Business and Financial Operations Occupations).