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Babson Among Top 10 Colleges For Mid-Career Salary Of Graduates According, To PayScale’s 2012-2013 College Salary Report

Babson College is tied for 8th place nationally for mid-career salary of graduates according to PayScale’s 2012-2013 College Salary Report.

Babson graduates enjoy a mid-career salary of $117,000 and a starting salary of $56,700.

Babson tops all Boston-area colleges except for MIT. The Top 10 list follows:

 

1. Princeton University

  • Starting Salary: 58,300
  • Mid-Career: 137,000

2. Harvey Mudd College

  • Starting: 66,800
  • Mid-Career: 135,000

3. Califorina Institute of Technology ( Caltech)

  • Starting: $67,400
  • Mid-Career: $127,000

4. United States Naval Academy ( USNA) at Annapolis

  • Starting: $72,200
  • Mid-Career: $122,000

5. United States Military Academy ( USMA) at West Point

  • Starting: $76,000
  • Mid-Career: $120,000

6 (tie). Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

  • Starting: $68,400
  • Mid-Career: $118,000

6 (tie). Lehigh University

  • Starting: $56,900
  • Mid-Career: $118,000

8 (tie). Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly)

  • Starting Salary: $56,800
  • Mid- Career: $117,000

9 (tie). Babson College

  • Starting: $56,700
  • Mid-Career: $117,000

10. Stanford University

  • Starting Salary: $56,700
  • Mid-Career: $117,000

 

In addition, Babson is tied for 5th place among Northeast colleges for salary potential.

 

1. Princeton University

  • Starting Salary: $58,300
  • Mid-Career: $137,000

2. United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point

  • Starting Salary: $76,000
  • Mid-Career: $120,000

3 (tie). Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

  • Starting Salary: $68,400
  • Mid Career: $118,000

3 (tie). Lehigh University

  • Starting Salary: $56,900
  • Mid-Career: $118,000

5 (tie). Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly)

  • Starting Salary: $56,800
  • Mid-Career: $117,000

5 (tie). Babson College

  • Starting Salary: $56,700
  • Mid-Career: $117,000

7. Williams College

  • Starting Salary: $53,600
  • Mid-Career: $113,000

8. Stevens Institute of Technology

  • Starting Salary: $60,900
  • Mid- Career: $112,000

9 (tie). Harvard University:

  • Starting Salary: $50,700
  • Mid-Career: $111,000 1

9 (tie). Dartmouth College

  • Starting Salary: $54,100
  • Mid-Career: $111,000

9 (tie). Colgate University

  • Starting Salary: $49,700
  • Mid-Career: $111,000

 

Also, Babson is tied for 6th place among private colleges nationally for salary potential.

 

1. Princeton University

  • Starting Salary: $58,300
  • Mid-Career: $137,000

2. Harvey Mudd College

  • Starting Salary: $66,800
  • Mid-Career: $135,000

3. California Institute of Technology (Caltech)

  • Starting Salary: $67,400
  • Mid-Career: $127,000

4 (tie). Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

  • Starting Salary: $68,400b.
  • Mid-Career: $118,000

4 (tie). Lehigh University

  • Starting Salary: $56,900
  • Mid- Career: $118,000

6 (tie). Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly)

  • Starting Salary: $56,800
  • Mid-Career Salary: $117,000

6 (tie). Babson College

  • Starting Salary: $56,700
  • Mid-Career: $117,000

 

For more information, visit http://www.payscale.com/college-salary-report-2013

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By Hilary Katulak; hkatulak@babson.edu; 781-239-4623 | 10/1/2012 3:51 PM