Those with a degree from Conn make an average of $74K.
A gender wage gap becomes apparent after college, with female graduates earning only $54K on average compared to around $76K for male graduates.
Connecticut College grads who fare the best in terms of salary hold a B.A. in Bachelor of Arts (BA) and earn a median salary of about $69K per year. A Bachelor's Degree offers the lowest median annual financial reward ($65K).
Project Management is a common skill among Conn alumni — slightly less than a third of grads mention using it at work. Competency in Project Management translates into above-average pay for Connecticut College grads — they earn 17 percent more than their fellow graduates.
Benefits and Perks
Most survey participants save for retirement through a 401(k) plan. For this school, most grads are the recipients of health benefits, and most respondents pick up dental plans, too. Additional benefits handed to Connecticut College alumni include a casual working environment, a company-subsidized cell phone, and free drinks.
Among alumni of similar schools, College of the Holy Cross grads (who make an average of $65K) earn salaries most similar to Conn alumni. Wesleyan University, Trinity College, and Wheaton College are also similar to Conn.