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PayScale.com ranks Loyola in top 3 percent of U.S. universities for mid-career salary potential

May 8, 2013 | By Nick Alexopulos

A new report from compensation database PayScale.com ranks Loyola University Maryland tied for No. 26 of more than 1,000 U.S. colleges and universities for mid-career median salary potential of graduates.
 
The 2012-2013 PayScale College Salary Report also ranks Loyola No. 3 out of 175 southeastern schools based on the same mid-career salary data. PayScale found that the mid-career median salary of a Loyola graduate is $104,000, second highest of any school in Maryland. PayScale lists the median starting salary of a Loyola graduate as $48,300.
 
All data used to produce PayScale's rankings were collected from employees who successfully completed PayScale's employee survey. Median starting salary data for each school was derived from surveys of full-time employees with five years of experience or fewer in their career or field who hold a bachelor's degree and no higher degrees. Median mid-career salary data was derived from surveys of full-time employees with at least 10 years of experience in their career or field who hold a bachelor's degree and no higher degrees.
 
PayScale also recently ranked Loyola just outside the top 10 percent of U.S. universities for return on investment.
 
For more information visit PayScale's full college salary report and Loyola's profile page on PayScale's website.

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