EE Salary-- Practical Electricity Pamphlet 1930(1).jpg

As finals week is winding down, its good to remember what your education can be worth.  This article from an early 1930s bulletin gives students and prospective students information on the value of an electrical engineering education and encourages students to remember that hard work can pay off. 


Keep this in mind as you're finishing up those finals, especially when you consider the inflation rate.  The Inflation Calculator from the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that $3,500 to $10,000 in 1930 would be the equivalent of $48,946.77 to $139,847.90 today.