Judaic Studies

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Total Degrees​
Awarded in 2016

687

declining 4.45%

Median In-State​
Public Tuition

$9,188

growing 0.218%

Median Out-of-State​
Private Tuition

$47,442

growing 3.94%

Average Wage

$77,764

declining 2.39%

People in Workforce

335,846

growing 0.694%

Average Employee Age

44.8

growing 0.54%

About

The locations with the highest concentration of Judaic Studies degree recipients are New York, NY, Skokie, IL, and College Park, MD. The locations with a relatively high number of Judaic Studies degree recipients are Skokie, IL, Northampton, MA, and Oberlin, OH. The most common degree awarded to students studying Judaic Studies is a associates degree.

Institutions

Information about the types of higher education institutions that grant degrees in Judaic Studies and the types of students that study this field. Yeshiva University awards the most degrees in Judaic Studies in the US, but Hebrew Theological College and Jewish Theological Seminary of America have the highest percentage of degrees awarded in Judaic Studies.

Tuition costs for Judaic Studies majors are, on average, $9,188 for in-state public colleges, and $47,442 for out of state private colleges.

The most common sector, by number of institutions, that offers Judaic Studies programs are Public, 4-year or above institutions (42 total). The most common sector, by number of degrees awarded, is Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above (576 completions).

Institutions

Institution with the Most Degrees Awarded in Judaic Studies

The most common sector, by number of degrees awarded in Judaic Studies, is Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above (576 completions).

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Tuition Costs for Common Institutions

$9,188

Median In-State Public

$47,442

Median Out of State Private

Yeshiva University has the most Judaic Studies degree recipients, with 370 degrees awarded in 2016.

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Specialized Colleges

Out of all institutions that offer Judaic Studies programs and have at least 5 graduates in those programs, Hebrew Theological College and Jewish Theological Seminary of America have the highest percentage of degrees awarded in Judaic Studies, with 66% and 64.4%, respectively.

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Degrees Awarded by County

Counties with the Most Degrees Awarded in Judaic Studies

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Growth in Awarded Degrees

Counties with the Fastest Growing Number of Degrees Awarded

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Employment

Information on the businesses and industries that employ Philosophy and Religious Studies graduates and on wages and locations for those in the field.

The average salary for Philosophy and Religious Studies majors is $77,764 and the most common occupations are Clergy, Lawyers, & judges, magistrates, & other judicial workers, and Postsecondary teachers.

The industry that employs the most Philosophy and Religious Studies majors is Religious organizations, though the highest paying industry, by average wage, is Pharmaceutical & medicine manufacturing.

Wages

Yearly Income for Common Jobs

The closest comparable data for the 6 Digit Course Judaic Studies is from the 2 Digit Course Philosophy and Religious Studies.

$77,764

Average Wage in Workforce

± $3,632

2.39%

1 Year Growth

± 7.02%

The average salary for Philosophy and Religious Studies majors is $77,764 and the most common occupations are Clergy, Lawyers, & judges, magistrates, & other judicial workers, and Postsecondary teachers.

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Highest Paying Locations

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Occupations

Most Common

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Most Specialized

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Compared to other majors, there are an unusually high number of Philosophy and Religious Studies majors working as Clergy, Directors, religious activities & education, and Judicial law clerks.

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Highest Paid

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The highest paid occupations by median income for Philosophy and Religious Studies majors are Dentists, Financial analysts, and Physicians & surgeons.

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Occupations by Share

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335,846

2017 Workforce

± 14,212

0.694%

1 Year Growth

± 5.95%

The number of Philosophy and Religious Studies graduates in the workforce has been growing at a rate of 0.694%, from 333,532 in 2016 to 335,846 in 2017.

The largest single share of Philosophy and Religious Studies graduates go on to work as Clergy (10.5%). This chart shows the various jobs filled by those with a major in Philosophy and Religious Studies by share of the total number of graduates.

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Industries

Most Common

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Highest Paid

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Industries by Share

The closest comparable data for the 6 Digit Course Judaic Studies is from the 2 Digit Course Philosophy and Religious Studies.

335,846

2017 Workforce

± 14,212

0.694%

1 Year Growth

± 5.95%

The number of Philosophy and Religious Studies graduates in the workforce has been growing at a rate of 0.694%, from 333,532 in 2016 to 335,846 in 2017.

The industry which employs the most Philosophy and Religious Studies graduates by share is Religious organizations, followed by Colleges, universities & professional schools, including junior colleges. This visualization shows the industries that hire those who major in Philosophy and Religious Studies.

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Specialty Locations

The closest comparable data for the 6 Digit Course Judaic Studies is from the 2 Digit Course Philosophy and Religious Studies.

This map shows the public use micro areas (PUMAs) in the United States where there are a relatively high population of Philosophy and Religious Studies majors.

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Diversity

Demographic information on those who earn a degree in Philosophy and Religious Studies in the US. The average age of a person in the workforce with a degree in Philosophy and Religious Studies is 44.8, and the most common degree type these workers hold is a Associates Degree. Female employees are more likely to hold Philosophy and Religious Studies degrees, and White students earn the majority (601) of the degrees.

Workforce Age

The closest comparable data for the 6 Digit Course Judaic Studies is from the 2 Digit Course Philosophy and Religious Studies.

44.8

Average Age in 2017

± 0.609 Years

0.54%

1 Year Change

± 1.93%

This chart shows distribution of ages for employees with a degree in Philosophy and Religious Studies. The most common ages of employees with this major are 33 and 31 years old, which represent 3.21% and 3.18% of the population, respectively.

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Degrees Awarded

The most common degree types awarded to students graduating in Judaic Studies are Associates Degree, Bachelors Degree, and Masters Degree.

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Workforce Degrees

The closest comparable data for the 6 Digit Course Judaic Studies is from the 2 Digit Course Philosophy and Religious Studies.

The most common degree types held by the working population in Philosophy and Religious Studies are Bachelors Degree, Masters Degree, and Professional degree.

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Gender Imbalance for Common Institutions

Female (72.1%)

Most Common Gender with a Degree in this Field

This chart shows the granted degrees by gender at the 5 institutions that graduate the most students in Judaic Studies.

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Race & Ethnicity by Degrees Awarded

Most Common Race or Ethnicity

  1. White

    601 degrees awarded

  2. Non-resident Alien

    36 degrees awarded

  3. Unknown

    23 degrees awarded

This chart shows the number of degrees awarded in Judaic Studies for each race & ethnicity. White students earned the largest share of the degrees with this major.

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Race & Ethnicity by Gender

Most Common Race/Ethnicity and Gender Combination

  1. White Female

    150 degrees awarded

  2. White Male

    68 degrees awarded

  3. Unknown Female

    6 degrees awarded

This chart illustrates the differences by gender for each race & ethnicity of Bachelors Degree recipients in Judaic Studies. White Female students, who earn most of the degrees in this field, are the most common combination of race/ethnicity and gender.

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Global Diversity

The closest comparable data for the 6 Digit Course Judaic Studies is from the 2 Digit Course Philosophy and Religious Studies.

Most Common Countries of Origin

  1. Korea

    3,428 degree recipients

  2. India

    3,282 degree recipients

  3. Mexico

    2,944 degree recipients

High Relative Number of Students

  1. Egypt

    5.14 times more than expected

  2. Japan

    4.92 times more than expected

  3. South Africa

    4.45 times more than expected

There are a relatively high number of people that were born in Egypt that hold Philosophy and Religious Studies degrees (5.14 times more than expected), and the most common country of origin by total numbers for non-US students earning a degree in this field is Korea (3,428 degree recipients).

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Skills

Data on the critical and distinctive skills necessary for those working in the Judaic Studies field from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Judaic Studies majors need many skills, but most especially Reading Comprehension. The revealed comparative advantage (RCA) shows that Judaic Studies majors need more than the average amount of Science, Operations Analysis, and Reading Comprehension.

These two visualizations, one a radial chart and one a bar chart, show the same information, a rating of how necessary the following skills are for Judaic Studies majors. Toggle between "value" and "RCA" to see the absolute rating of that skill (value) and the revealed comparative advantage (RCA), or how much greater or lesser that skill's rating is than the average. The longer the bar or the closer the line comes to the circumference of the circle, the more important that skill is. The importance of Science is very distinctive for majors, but the Reading Comprehension, Speaking, and Writing are the three most important skills for people in the field.

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