Rankings week continues with today's release of Payscale's annual salary report, which rates more than 1,000 colleges on the early career (through five years post-graduation) and mid-career (through 10 years) median salaries reported by their graduates.
The 2014-15 version of the Payscale rankings -- which are controversial in some quarters of higher education for encouraging overreliance on post-graduate salary as an indicator of quality -- include for the first time data on the salary outcomes of associate degree recipients from 349 two-year institutions.
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