“The Huffington Post” has come out with an analysis of Ivy League salaries – mid-career salaries to be precise – and the numbers may interest you! Topping the charts with the highest average mid-career salary is Princeton University at $130,000. According to “The Huffington Post,” “Princeton University graduates have the highest mid-career salaries (it’s also the overall best-paying college in the country and the only college in the country that has an average mid-career salary more than $125,000).”
And which Ivy League college places second in mid-career salary? That would be Harvard at $116,000 a year. Following closely on Harvard’s heels is Dartmouth College at $114,00 and Yale University at $114,000. Then comes Columbia University at $105,000, Brown University at $104,000, and the University of Pennsylvania at $103,000. Data was not available by “The Huffington Post” for Cornell University but previous reports put the university’s mid-career salary at $106,000.
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