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Survey Reveals Harvard Law Grads Earn $201K on Average by Midcareer


2014-10-23    By Jordan Moses
Survey Reveals Harvard Law Grads Earn $201K on Average by Midcareer
    On average, a Harvard Law School graduate earns $201,000 a year by the time they reach the midpoint of their careers, making them the highest earning graduate school degree holders. Emory University and Santa Clara University followed closely behind, with less than $4,000 difference in earnings. Graduates of medical and dental schools were not included in the PayScale survey. Standford's Graduate School of Business also came out victorious with graduates earning $184,600 on average at the mid-career point, making such graduate programs a continued good investment...

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