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America’s Top 15 Colleges And Universities With The Highest-Paid Graduates, 2018

Have you ever wondered which are the top colleges and universities whose graduates get paid the best? No surprise, Harvey Mudd College ranks first. The Harvey Mudd College graduates’s early-career pay of $81,000 and mid-career pay of $155,800 beat out the second-ranked college on the list – Princeton.

Princeton takes the second spot after Harvey Mudd, which takes the top spot nationally, followed by MIT, SUNY Maritime College, United States Military Academy, and United States Naval Academy.

Princeton graduates earn an average of $69,800 early in their careers and $147,800 toward the middle.

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Compensation site PayScale compiled data on lifetime earnings for hundreds of degree and major combinations to show the earning potential for an associate, bachelor’s or master’s degree.

These are the top 15 universities and colleges in America with the highest-paid graduates:

1. Harvey Mudd College
Early career Pay: $81,000
Mid-career pay: $155,800

2. Princeton University
Early career Pay: $69,800
Mid-career pay: $147,800

3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Early career Pay: $81,500
Mid-career pay: $147,000

4. SUNY Maritime College
Early career Pay: $71,600
Mid-career pay: $145,100

5. United States Military Academy
Early career Pay: $75,100
Mid-career pay: $144,300

6. United States Naval Academy
Early career Pay: $75,000
Mid-career pay: $143,800

7. California Institute of Technology
Early career Pay: $78,800
Mid-career pay: $142,500

8. Babson College
Early career Pay: $66,600
Mid-career pay: $141,700

9. Harvard University
Early career Pay: $69,200
Mid-career pay: $140,700

10. Stanford University
Early career Pay: $73,300
Mid-career pay: $140,400

11. Dartmouth College
Early career Pay: $66,300
Mid-career pay: $140,300

12. Williams College
Early career Pay: $62,000
Mid-career pay: $138,400

13. United States Air Force Academy
Early career Pay: $69,400
Mid-career pay: $138,300

14. Webb Institute
Early career Pay: $70,800
Mid-career pay: $138,200

15. Samuel Merritt University
Early career Pay: $81,800
Mid-career pay: $138,100

Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj

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