America's Colleges With Top Paying Graduates


People work exceptionally hard to achieve their goals in life, especially in high school because they know that it will lead them to make it to one of the top colleges in the country.Getting an Ivy League degree does not give you any guarantees that you’re going to get a six-figure paycheck or become the richest one amongst your friends.

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Surprisingly, there are a lot of "not-so-famous" universities and colleges that turn out to produce a huge amount of students who go on to graduate.Zippia, a data team and career search site who analyzed scores to determine the highest earners of each school in every state on average, put together a SOLID list.There is only one Ivy League school that is included in the Top 10 list and it is Brown University on number two next to University of Maryland.

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Here is the new list of colleges with the HIGHEST EARNING graduates in each state:Alaska: University of Alaska Anchorage -- $48,900Alabama: Birmingham Southern College -- $51,000Arizona: Arizona Christian University -- $33,500Arkansas: Lyon College -- $43,900California: Harvey Mudd College -- $84,900Colorado: Fort Lewis -- $39,000Connecticut: Charter Oak State College -- $44,700Delaware: University of Delaware -- $61,300Florida: Eckerd College -- $48,400Georgia: Spelman College -- $51,300Hawaii: Brigham Young University-Hawaii -- $48,300Idaho: Brigham Young University-Idaho -- $46,700Illinois: Illinois Wesleyan University -- $60,500Indiana: Wabash College -- $62,800Iowa: Grinnell College -- $59,500Kansas: Bethel College-North Newton -- $44,100Kentucky: Centre College -- $52,500Louisiana: Louisiana State University-Alexandria -- $35,700Maine: Bates College -- $75.700Maryland: University of Maryland Baltimore -- $102,900Massachusetts: Amherst College -- $82,000Michigan: Albion College -- $55,600Minnesota: Carleton College -- $65,600Mississippi: Tougaloo College -- $29,600Missouri: Saint Luke's College of Health Sciences -- $64,700Montana: Carroll College -- $47,500Nebraska: Doane University-Arts & Sciences -- $47,700Nevada: College of Southern Nevada -- $36,000New Hampshire: Saint Anselm College -- $60,100New Jersey: Rabbinical College of America -- $44,200New Mexico: Navajo Technical University -- $20,000New York: Helene Fuld College of Nursing -- $79,300North Carolina: Davidson College -- $63,500North Dakota: Bismarck State College -- $49,200Ohio: Denison University -- $56,100Oklahoma: OK State University Institute of Tech -- $39,500Oregon: Linfield College-McMinnville Campus -- $56,400Pennsylvania: Lafayette College -- $81,000Rhode Island: Brown University -- $87,600South Carolina: Wofford College -- $58,100South Dakota: Presentation College -- $36,400Tennessee: Baptist Memorial College of Health Sciences -- $53,100Texas: The U of TX MD Anderson Cancer Center -- $82,100Utah: Dixie State University -- $39,600Vermont: Vermont Technical College -- $44,800Virginia: Virginia Military Institute -- $62,100Washington: Whitman College -- $56,900West Virginia: Potomac State College of WVU -- $50,600Wisconsin: Ripon College -- $49,200Wyoming: University of Wyoming -- $51,400

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This list smashes the stereotype that if you graduate from top schools, you’ll get paid so much. It all depends on the hustle and the drive that you have in your heart to achieve your goals. It is with the person if he/she will succeed in life.Whether you got a degree from Ivy League schools or community colleges, you create your own future.

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