Career Satisfaction (2010): The Wall Street Journal published a survey of how satisfied people in different professions are with their career. MIS is co-ranked No. 1.
Happiness Index of jobs (2015): Wall Street Journal created a job and career happiness index that measured satisfaction of 82 jobs. Jobs with an MIS degree generally bring high degree of satisfaction.
10 Best Jobs for 2015 (2015): Three of 10 best jobs are MIS-related (Forbes, 2015).
25 Best Jobs of 2015: According to US News and World Report, five out of 25 best jobs are MIS-related (US News and World Report, 2015).
Best Jobs in America (2015): 20 of 100 best jobs in America are related to MIS (CNN Money, 2015).
The Best Jobs for 2015: Based on the criteria of work environment, stress level and hiring outlook, four out of top 20 best jobs could be assumed by a person with an MIS concentration.
10 Best College Majors for a Lucrative Career: According to Kiplinger's Personal Finance, MIS is one of 10 best college majors in the academic year of 2014-2015.
High-Paying college majors to study: MIS is one of 10 high-paying majors in collage, according to Bankrate.com.
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9 Hot college majors (2013): According to US News and World Report, two out of 9 hot college majors are IS-related (US News and World Report, 2013).
The 25 best jobs of 2013: According to Money of US News and World Report, seven out of 25 best jobs of 2013 are IT-related.
The Best and Worst Jobs of 2013: According to Wall Street Journal, four out of 05 best jobs of 2013 are IT-related.
15 Most Valuable College Majors: According to Forbes magazine, one of 15 most valuable college majors is MIS, with starting $51,000 of median pay, 73% of growth in pay and 18.1% of projected job growth.
Best jobs for fast growth: According to CNN Money, eight out of 20 fast growing jobs are MIS-related.
Jobs Rated 2012: Ranking 200 Jobs From Best to Worst: Careercast.com ranks jobs from the best to the worst on the basis of work environment, stress, physical demand, and hiring outlook.