The Average BSBA Salary in the United States

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The average yearly starting salary for students with a bachelor's degree in business ranged from $46,107 to $56,242, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers 2015 Salary Survey. The starting salary for graduates with a bachelor's degree in business administration falls within this range, and earnings increase with experience.

Earnings for Business Administration Majors

  • According to NACE, the average starting salary for students with a bachelor's degree in business administration was $51,196 in 2015. The U.S. Department of Education reports that people aged 25 and older with bachelor's degrees in business earned, on average, $66,605 per year in 2011. This is higher than the average earnings of $1,101 per week, or $57,252 annually, that the BLS reported for all bachelor's degree holders aged 25 and older in 2014.

Earnings Varied by Gender and Employer

  • The U.S. Department of Education reports that in 2011, men with business degrees earned median yearly salaries of $76,130, compared to $56,152 for women. Business graduates working in the private sector earned median yearly salaries of $68,465, and those working for the government earned $61,490. Self-employed business graduates earned $62,159.

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