The scorecard allows people to assess information on the quality of colleges and universities throughout the country. It also shows how much students earn 10 years after enrolling at each school, which in turns helps students determine how much debt to assume.
Bader provides a list of the 10 New Jersey schools with the highest-paid graduates. The top three are:
2. Princeton University—median earnings (10 years after enrollment): $75,100
3. New Jersey Institute of Technology — median earnings (10 years after enrollment): $65,300
For the other New Jersey schools in the top 10, click here.