If you’re looking for disruption, check out how the numbers change when alumni with postgraduate degrees are added to the sample. At early career, the U.S. Naval Academy tops the list with graduates posting $81,800 paychecks. MIT (again) finishes second at ($81,100), with the top five rounded out by the U.S. Military Academy ($79,900), CalTech ($78,400), and Harvey Mudd ($78,400). By mid-career, SUNY Maritime vaults to the top spot at $147,000, followed by Harvard ($141,000), MIT ($140,000), Claremont McKinna College ($138,000), and Princeton ($135,000).
by: Jeff Schmitt on October 10, 2016 | 1 Comment 5,378 ViewsOctober 10, 2016
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