Grads From This College in Washington State Earn More Than Their Peers

A PayScale study analyzed the mid-career pay of those with bachelor’s degrees
Updated: Tue, 08/20/2019 - 14:01
 
 
  • A PayScale study analyzed the mid-career pay of those with bachelor’s degrees

Seattle University graduates with a bachelor’s degree earn more than graduates of any other college in the state.

A report by Seattle-based PayScale analyzed the top schools and degrees across the country with the highest earning potential.

Seattle U. grads with a bachelor’s degree average mid-career pay of $113,700, slightly higher than graduates of the University of Washington’s Seattle campus, who earn $112,300. Grads of UW’s Bothell campus rank No. 3, followed by Gonzaga University grades, who earn $107,600, and Washington State University grads, who rake in $103,700 annually on average.

Nationwide, graduates with a bachelor’s degree from Harvey Mudd College in California earn the most, with an average annual pay of $158,200. MIT grads rank No. 2.

As for associate degrees, graduates of Perry Technical Institute in Yakima earn on average the highest mid-career pay in Washington state, at $76,700.

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