I am sure you are getting a lot of High School Graduation Invations right now. It made me wonder what all of these young minds are going to go out into the world and do with themselves. I found a list of the top-paying jobs for the class of 2011 on msn.com, writen by Kaitlin Madden, at CareerBuilders. Full list after the jump!

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $66,886

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $63,017

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $60,739

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $60,646

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $60,112

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $58,549

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $57,497

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $57,176

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $56,868

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $56,808

For those who aren't graduating with an engineering or computer science degree, however, not all hope for a high salary is lost. There are other majors that can expect offers of more than $50,000 per year. Here are 10 more degrees that will pull in the big bucks.

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $55,774

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $55,300

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $54,634

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $$54,372

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $53,048

6. Agricultural sciences (not including plant science, animal science or conservation majors)

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $52,934

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $52,532

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $50,602

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $50,316

Average annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $50,313

Unfortunately, not all new graduates can expect high salaries right away. Those who might have delayed gratification when it comes to compensation include students who majored in elementary and secondary education, communications, journalism, social work, visual and performing arts, plant sciences and animal sciences -- all degrees with an average starting salary of $35,000 or less.