Top U.S. colleges by starting and mid-career pay of graduates (All Alumni) in 2018/19

U.S. colleges whose graduates (All Alumni) earn the most in 2018/19, ranked by starting and mid-career salary (in U.S. dollars)

Top U.S. colleges by starting and mid-career pay of graduates (All Alumni) in 2018/19 This graph shows the U.S. colleges whose graduates (All Alumni) earn the most as of 2018/19. Graduates from Harvey Mudd College had the highest mid-career salary at 157,400 U.S. dollars and a starting salary of 85,600 U.S. dollars.
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U.S. colleges whose graduates (All Alumni) earn the most in 2018/19, ranked by starting and mid-career salary (in U.S. dollars)

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Starting salary*Mid-career salary**
Harvey Mudd College85,600157,400
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)83,600150,400
United States Naval Academy78,600149,800
Stanford University76,500149,800
California Institute of Technology83,400143,100
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences80,200142,600
Harvard University72,600142,600
United States Military Academy79,300141,900
Princeton University72,700141,300
SUNY Maritime College73,300140,100
Colorado School of Mines74,100139,300
Babson College69,300139,200
Santa Clara University66,800139,100
Stevens Institute of Technology73,600138,900
Dartmouth College68,900137,500
Colgate University65,000137,300
United States Air Force Academy74,000137,300
United States Merchant Marine Academy80,800136,600
University of Pennsylvania70,100135,800
Lehigh University67,200135,700
Williams College64,000135,500
Yale University68,300135,400
Webb Institute79,100134,700
Franklin W Olin College of Engineering81,900134,200
Rice University69,200133,600
Duke University68,700133,100
Worcester Polytechnic Institute71,700132,500
University of California-Berkeley68,300132,300
Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus70,800131,900
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute69,600131,600
Starting salary*Mid-career salary**
Harvey Mudd College85,600157,400
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)83,600150,400
United States Naval Academy78,600149,800
Stanford University76,500149,800
California Institute of Technology83,400143,100
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences80,200142,600
Harvard University72,600142,600
United States Military Academy79,300141,900
Princeton University72,700141,300
SUNY Maritime College73,300140,100
Colorado School of Mines74,100139,300
Babson College69,300139,200
Santa Clara University66,800139,100
Stevens Institute of Technology73,600138,900
Dartmouth College68,900137,500
Colgate University65,000137,300
United States Air Force Academy74,000137,300
United States Merchant Marine Academy80,800136,600
University of Pennsylvania70,100135,800
Lehigh University67,200135,700
Williams College64,000135,500
Yale University68,300135,400
Webb Institute79,100134,700
Franklin W Olin College of Engineering81,900134,200
Rice University69,200133,600
Duke University68,700133,100
Worcester Polytechnic Institute71,700132,500
University of California-Berkeley68,300132,300
Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus70,800131,900
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute69,600131,600
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This graph shows the U.S. colleges whose graduates (All Alumni) earn the most as of 2018/19. Graduates from Harvey Mudd College had the highest mid-career salary at 157,400 U.S. dollars and a starting salary of 85,600 U.S. dollars.
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