A large chunk of former Cedar Crest students are employed in the manufacturing industry; in fact, this is the most popular job sector for this population. For Cedar Crest alumni — a demographic with impressive SAT scores — salaries actually come in on the lower end. Those with a degree from Cedar Crest make an average of approximately $47K.
Many Cedar Crest alumni remain in Allentown after graduation; around one in seven grads find permanent positions in the workforce here.
A Bachelor's Degree earns Cedar Crest students the most money after college (an average about $60K per year).
A little less than one-fifth of grads report using Customer Service as part of their job, making it the most popular skill.
Most respondents opt for a 401(k) to save for retirement. A large number of alumni receive health insurance, and a fair number of survey participants get dental coverage. Other benefits awarded to Cedar Crest College alumni include a company-subsidized cell phone.
Compensation averages $49K for Thiel College alumni, making their earnings most comparable to Cedar Crest grads. Delaware Valley College, Elizabethtown College, and St. Francis College are also similar to Cedar Crest.
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