Are you looking to go to a good college where you know you’re going to make some good money afterwards? In this blog, we’ll take a look at 15 colleges with the highest earning graduates. As you look down the list, you may notice that most of these schools have some sort of technical theme with there being only a handful of prestigious colleges. Check out this blog where we look at the research on how what you study might matter more than where you go.

15. Dartmouth College (New Hampshire)

Early Career Pay: $68,900

Mid Career Pay: $137,300

14. Stevens Institute of Technology (New Jersey)

Early Career Pay: $73,600

Mid Career Pay: $138,900

13. Santa Clara University (California)

Early Career Pay: $66,800

Mid Career Pay: $139,100

12. Babson College (Massachusetts)

Early Career Pay: $69,300

Mid Career Pay: $139,200

11. Colorado School of Mines (Colorado)

Early Career Pay: $74,100

Mid Career Pay: $139,200

10. SUNY Maritime College (New York)

Early Career Pay: $73,300

Mid Career Pay: 140,100

9. Princeton University (New Jersey)

Early Career Pay: $72,700

Mid Career Pay: $141,900

8. United States Military Academy (New York)

Early Career Pay: $79,300

Mid Career Pay: $141,900

7. Harvard University (Massachusetts)

Early Career Pay: $72,600

Mid Career Pay: $142,600

6. Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (New York)

Early Career Pay: $80,200

Mid Career Pay: $142,600

5. California Institute of Technology (California)

Early Career Pay: $83,400

Mid Career Pay: $143,100

4. Stanford University (California)

Early Career Pay: $76,500

Mid Career Pay: $143,100

3. United States Naval Academy (Maryland)

Early Career Pay: $78,00

Mid Career Pay: $149,800

2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts)

Early Career Pay: $83,600

Mid Career Pay: $150,400

1. Harvey Mudd College (California)

Early Career Pay: $85,600

Mid Career Pay: $157,400