The highest-paying entry-level jobs for the class of 2015

If you want to make money right out of school, become a tax attorney.

At least, that’s the conclusion you can draw looking at the data from personal finance site WalletHub’s 2015 analysis of the best and worst entry level jobs.

They identified the best and worst of the bunch by comparing 109 different professions based on 11 key metrics — including which jobs pay the most out of the gate.

See the overall winners here.

Here are the jobs with the highest (and lowest) starting salaries:

But don’t be discouraged if your chosen career path isn’t on there. The jobs with the most income growth potential — another metric measured by WalletHub, shown below — have no overlap at all.

The fact that these jobs grow quickly doesn’t mean they will ultimately earn you the most, but at least you’ll bring home a rapidly increasing paycheck. Take a look:

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