Anybody graduating this spring with a computer-related degree should be in pretty good shape, according to a survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. Starting salaries are running, on average, almost 6 percent higher than last year, to $58,746. Also looking good are folks interested in Wall Street careers - salaries are up 1.6 percent. As usual, the liberal arts crowd is among the worst off, with average salaries down almost 9 percent, to $33,540.
Photo: Dustin Hoffman in "The Graduate"