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50 Top Ranked Colleges That Pay Off the Least

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35. Mount Holyoke College (Mass.)
> Typical salary 10 yrs. after entry: $44,100
> Cost of four-year degree:$109,288
> Typical student debt: $19,968
> Most common degree awarded: Social Sciences (31.0%)

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34. Ohio State University-Main Campus (Ohio)
> Typical salary 10 yrs. after entry: $42,900
> Cost of four-year degree:$72,272
> Typical student debt: $16,188
> Most common degree awarded: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services (17.5%)

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33. Centre College (Ky.)
> Typical salary 10 yrs. after entry: $43,300
> Cost of four-year degree:$89,624
> Typical student debt: $23,250
> Most common degree awarded: Social Sciences (28.7%)

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32. Washington College (Md.)
> Typical salary 10 yrs. after entry: $44,000
> Cost of four-year degree:$120,316
> Typical student debt: $25,107
> Most common degree awarded: Social Sciences (21.8%)

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31. University of Tulsa (Okla.)
> Typical salary 10 yrs. after entry: $43,600
> Cost of four-year degree:$107,376
> Typical student debt: $20,000
> Most common degree awarded: Engineering (22.3%)

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