The typical starting salaries for graduates of the 30 best colleges, ranked
- When it comes to deciding on where to attend college, there's a lot to consider - including how much money you'll be making with your newly earned degree.
- GOBankingRates recently released a list of the starting salaries for graduates from the 30 best colleges.
- All colleges on the list led to starting salaries of more than $50,000.
The college application process can be grueling, but deciding where to attend college once admission offers start rolling in can be even more stressful.
There are a lot of aspects incoming students need to consider, like undergraduate programs, rankings, location, and tuition - not to mention how much their new degree will earn them in the working world. After all, the end goal after college is to get a good job, and decent pay doesn't hurt considering student loan burdens these days.GOBankingRates recently released a list of the starting salaries for graduates from the 30 best colleges, based on US News & World Report's Best Colleges rankings. Using Payscale, GOBankingRates researched salaries for alumni graduated from each college with zero to five years of experience.
All the colleges on the list have starting salaries of more than $50,000. The college with the highest starting salary is the California Institute of Technology, at $84,000.
Below, how much you can expect to make post-graduation at the 30 best colleges in the US, ranked from lowest to highest starting salaries.