PayScale Highlights the Outcome of a Manhattan College Education

Manhattan College ranks in the top 50 nationally in PayScale’s College Salary Report.

Students walking on quad in fall seasonManhattan College is one of the top places in the United States to earn a bachelor’s degree, according to PayScale’s 2021-22 College Salary Report.

The report, which is based on data updated in September 2021, ranks Manhattan College as #47 among more than 1,500 colleges and universities included in the survey. 

Among the 464 Manhattan College alumni that provided survey responses, the average early career salary is $68,000 and average mid-career salary is $136,100. 

PayScale also placed Manhattan College in the top 100 in its College Return on Investment (ROI) Report. Manhattan was ranked #85 of 1,978 schools listed in the survey. 

PayScale notes that 20-year net ROI of a Manhattan College graduate as $614,000, which is calculated as the difference between 20-year median pay for a bachelor’s degree recipient and 24-year median pay for a high school graduate minus the total four-year cost.

By Pete McHugh