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Table 45-2. Median salary of recent graduates with disabilities, with bachelor's degrees in science, engineering, or health, by major field of degree: October 2010

Major field              Median salary ($)a SE
All fields 39,000 2,500
    Biological/ agricultural/ environmental life sciences 30,000 1,500
    Computer/ information sciences 54,000 2,500
    Mathematics/ statistics D D
    Physical and related sciences 43,000 3,500
    Psychology 31,000 3,500
    Social and related sciences 31,000 4,500
    Engineering 52,000 4,000
    Health 46,000 5,000

D = suppressed to avoid disclosure of confidential information.
SE = standard error.
NOTES: Salaries are rounded to the nearest $1,000. Standard errors for salaries are rounded up to the nearest $500. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. Estimates are from recent college graduates who received bachelor's or master's degrees in science, engineering, or health fields in the 2008 and 2009 academic years; estimates may differ from degree counts published elsewhere. National Survey of Recent College Graduates asks the degree of difficulty—none, slight, moderate, severe, or unable to do—an individual has in seeing (with glasses), hearing (with hearing aid), walking without assistance, lifting 10 pounds, or concentrating, remembering, or making decisions. Those respondents who answered "moderate," "severe," or "unable to do" for any activity were classified as having a disability.
SOURCE: National Science Foundation, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Survey of Recent College Graduates, 2010.
Data from survey cycle 2010, as of September 19, 2012.