Colleges That Bring in the Highest Paychecks

Since many of my nieces and nephews started to attend Universities and all talks about great schools, costs and their futures make me curious about Colleges. 

Stanford University (Stanford, Calif. ).

Mid-career median salary: $114,000
Starting median salary: $58,200

Student Budget
2012–2013 Academic Year
Budget Item
$ Per Year
Tuition
41,250
Room and Board
12,721
Books and Supplies
1,500
Personal Expenses
2,400
Orientation Fee
438
Campus Health Service Fee
537
Travel
Varies
Total
$58,846

Babson College (Babson Park, Mass. )

Mid-career median salary: $117,000
Starting median salary: $56,700

2012-2013
Tuition1 $41,888
Room (average double) $8,860
19 Meal Plan $4,870
Books and supplies (average) $1,020
Personal expenses (average) $1,750
Federal Direct Loan fees (average) $62
Total Estimated Costs $ 58,450

Polytechnic Institute of New York University (Brooklyn, N.Y. )

Mid-career median salary: $117,000
Starting median salary: $56,800


Lehigh University (Bethlehem, Penn. )

Mid-career median salary: $118,000
Starting median salary: $56,900


Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)(Cambridge, Mass. )

Mid-career median salary: $118,000
Starting median salary: $68,400


California Institute of Technology (Caltech)(Pasadena, Calif. )

Mid-career median salary: $127,000
Starting median salary: $67,400


Harvey Mudd College(Claremont, Calif. )

Mid-career median salary: $135,000
Starting median salary: $66,800


Princeton University(Princeton, N.J. )

Mid-career median salary: $137,000
Starting median salary: $58,300

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