NJIT, whose graduates make an early career salary of $56,600 and a mid-career salary of $102,000, finds itself in an eight-way tie at No. 70. Other schools in this position include Hofstra University, Illinois Institute of Technology and the University of Virginia.
The final member of the Top 100, at No. 97, is Rutgers, whose graduates have an early career salary of $51,400 and a mid-career salary of $98,200.
The study include bachelor’s degree graduates, regardless of whether they went on to earn additional degrees.
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