Median income of communications and journalism majors by race in the U.S. 2009

This statistic shows a distinction between the median income of those with a communications and journalism major in the United States in 2009 according to ethnicity. In 2009 the median income for a Caucasian person who studied communications and journalism was 50,000 U.S. dollars. By comparison a person of Hispanic ethnicity who also studied communications and journalism could expect a median income of 43,000.

Median income of communications and journalism majors in the United States in 2009, by race

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Source

Release date

May 2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

2009

Supplementary notes

Data was sourced from the American Community Survey.
Statistics calculated by full-time, full year workers with a bachelors degree.

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