Georgia Institute of Technology offers a notable bang for your buck, according to College Scorecard.
The White House recently unveiled the website that, unlike traditional sources such as U.S. News & World Report, doesn’t rank schools. College Scorecard instead provides “the clearest, most accessible, and most reliable national data on college cost, graduation, debt, and post-college earnings.”
Based on the database, and with median earnings of $74,000 in 10 years after entering the university, Georgia Tech is in the top 10 percent of:
Georgia Highlands College was also highlighted as a two-year college where students earn high salaries after graduation.
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