Best Community & Career Colleges in Pennsylvania by Salary Potential

Want to earn more money without committing to a four-year program? Check out Pennsylvania's best community colleges by graduate salary. [Read More]

Pennsylvania is the sixth most populous state in the United States and home to 29 two-year schools. PayScale's College Salary Report has alumni salary data for graduates from roughly half of them.

If you want to earn an associate degree from a Pennsylvania college with the highest salary potential, Bucks County Community College, located outside of Philadelphia, Is a good bet. Penn State grants associate degrees as well as bachelor's degrees.

Harcum College, a private residential 2-year college in Bryn Mawr, was the first college in Pennyslvania to offer associate degrees and has many programs in the Health Sciences. A whopping 80 percent of their students are female.

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, a public 2-year college, is the most male-dominated school -- more than 90 percent of their almost 900 students are men.

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