PayScale Ranks Manhattan College in Top 3% on College Salary Report

Alumni report a median mid-career salary of $125,700.

Student wearing goggles in physics labNationwide outlets continue to recognize the value of a Manhattan College education.

Fresh off the heels of being named the most transformative college in the country by MONEY Magazine, PayScale placed Manhattan No. 41 among more than 1,500 colleges and universities in its 2019 College Salary Report.

PayScale’s College Salary Report is based on the alumni salary data of 3.5 million respondents, representing more than 4,000 colleges and universities across the U.S. 

In the report, Manhattan College alumni report an early career salary of $64,000, which is the typical median salary for those with 0-5 years of experience in a field. 

Jaspers also report a mid-career salary of $125,700, which is the typical median salary for those with more than 10 years of experience in a field.

PayScale notes that the most lucrative professionals among Manhattan alumni are engineering project managers; they earn a median annual salary of $92,000. Also approaching the top of the pay scale at $87,000 and about $78,000, respectively, are operations managers and electrical engineers.

By Pete McHugh