There are only a few two-year colleges in Utah included in PayScale's College Salary Report. These colleges include Weber State University, Utah Valley University, and Salt Lake Community College (SLCC). The goal of this report is to help students find a metric for schools that won't only help them to fulfill their academic needs, but also achieve their financial goals through their desired degree program. The good news for Utah residents, these three schools are all fairly close for their salary ranges, as far as associate degree programs go.
Among the best career colleges in Utah, Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) and Weber State University will provide a high early career median salary (0-5 years experience).
While grads from SLCC are likely to make among the most early on compared to graduates from other two-year community colleges in Utah, graduates from Weber State University are likely to find the most meaning in their careers; more than half of alumni report that they feel their jobs are meaningful.
There are a total of 25 community colleges in Utah, and many of these graduates go on to work in industries such as Travel and Tourism; Aerospace and Defense; Sporting Goods; IT; Natural Products; Renewable Resources; and Health Technology.