Given the high SAT scores reported by Cedar Crest grads, their lower-than-average salaries are somewhat surprising. Starting salaries of $43K are the median among Cedar Crest grads.
The larger part of alumni set aside retirement funds in an employer-sponsored 401(k). Benefits are rather generous for graduates of this school; a majority of graduates are rewarded with health insurance and more than half of respondents report dental coverage, too.
Among alumni of similar schools, Wilson College grads (who make an average of $43K) earn salaries most similar to Cedar Crest alumni. Delaware Valley College, Elizabethtown College, and St. Francis College are also similar to Cedar Crest.
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