It's no surprise that a college major could determine whether you're rolling in cash or cobbling together multiple part-time jobs after graduation.
But which degrees really rake in the dough? And which doom you to eating ramen noodles for years?
A new survey found -- surprise! -- that science, technology, engineering and mathematics majors earn the highest starting salaries, handily beating their classmates studying liberal arts. In some cases, so-called stem majors are approaching or even outpacing those with business degrees.