Though Cedar Crest grads score high on the SAT, below-average pay in the workforce is common for this demographic. Starting salaries of approximately $43K are the median among Cedar Crest grads.
More than half of respondents take advantage of a 401(k) plan. Health insurance benefits extend to a majority of respondents, and more than half of survey participants sign up for dental plans.
Wilson College grads bring in salaries of around $43K, making them the most similar to Cedar Crest alumni in terms of earnings. Delaware Valley College, Elizabethtown College, and St. Francis College are also similar to Cedar Crest.
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