I don't know how accurate the actual dollar amounts are [they seem high], but the order of the majors seems to make sense. This only takes into account people who did do any type of post-grad studying I think.
For a bachelors degree alone I think the best bet for good career options would be one that is quantitative [uses a lot of math], hence all of the engineering majors that made the top of the list.
As far as good chances for employment, I'm not sure but I think the health industry and computers/software are growing. So I imagine there.
A lot of other factors play into what makes good career other than money, though. But money's the big one.
Either get a math-heavy major, or one that is vocational, or both [engineering?].