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Average Salary for University of New England (UNE) Alumni

When it comes to ROI, the University of New England, a school located in Biddeford, Maine, with around 3,000 students, ranks in the top 14 percent of universities — students enjoy incredible value for their tuition dollars. This private university offers a world of opportunities for the urban adventurer. Situated in the heart of Biddeford, students have easy access to a wealth of restaurants, entertainment, and cultural experiences. Alumni participants in PayScale's salary questionnaire provided the particulars of this report.

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Physician Assistant (PA)
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Physical Therapist (PT)
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Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
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Social Worker (MSW)
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Physician / Doctor, Emergency Room (ER)
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Vice President (VP), Sales & Marketing
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Licensed Registered Occupational Therapist
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University of New England (UNE) Details


11 Hills Beach Rd
Biddeford, ME 04005-9599


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University of New England

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Private Schools

Graduation Rate:

58 %


29 %

% Stay In State:

39 %

% Receiving Pell Grants:

23 %
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Graduates of the University of New England head into a range of vocations when it comes to work; clinical care, the dentist's office industry, and the school district industry are just a few professional areas popular among alumni. The most popular career sector among alumni is the health care industry. The education industry is perhaps the least commonly worked industry among University of New England grads, with less than five percent of former students experienced in this area. Former University of New England graduates tend to bring in about $63K.


After college, a notable gender gap appears: the average female graduate makes $60K where the average male graduate hauls home $87K.


Former University of New England students with an interest in making money consider becoming Emergency Room Doctors, the highest-paying gig (earnings amount to $226K) among this alumni group. Other well-paid jobs include VPs of Sales & Marketing (around $108K) and Orthopedic Physician Assistants (approximately $89K). MSW Social Workers pick up $45K in financial rewards, representing the lowest-paid position among alumni.


Home to a large number of University of New England alums, Portland is by far the most attractive city for these former students. In addition, former University of New England students often head to Bangor after graduating, where typical salaries come to around $115K in this top-paying city. Relative to other popular cities, Biddeford ranks low on the pay scale (average pay is $50K); however, University of New England grads enjoy the area so much that they often choose to reside here after graduation despite the drawback in salary. Other cities of interest among University of New England alumni include nearby Lewiston and Boston.

Degree Major

A Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) will compensate University of New England grads at a much higher rate than other fields — these alums tend to rake in $205K per year. A Master of Social Work (MSW), Clinical Social Work (CSW) commands less pay, and these degree-holders face salaries of approximately $44K.


Counseling is a popular skill among University of New England alumni, with about a tenth of workers reporting using it on the job. Leadership commands a pay premium of 34 percent for University of New England grads. In addition, those who are savvy in Customer Service, Case Management, and Orthopedics are also considered highly skilled.

Benefits and Perks

Only two-fifths of alumni for this school enjoy paid vacation days and about one-fourth of alumni get paid sick time. Health benefits extend to most survey participants, and a majority of alumni also receive dental coverage. A fair portion of alumni allocate some part of their earnings to a company-sponsored 401(k) savings plan. University of New England alumni are rewarded with additional benefits, such as life insurance, tuition reimbursement, a company-subsidized cell phone, and 403(b).

Related Schools

Compensation averages about $63K for Molloy College alumni, making their earnings most comparable to University of New England grads. Other schools similar to University of New England include School for International Training, Le Moyne College, and Nyack College.

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Test Scores
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SAT Scores* 960 1160
ACT Scores 21 26

Key Stats



68 %

female alumni


32 %

male alumni
$35,759 - $83,608
$46,927 - $107,500

Years of Experience

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Job Satisfaction

Extremely satisfied
Rated 5 out of 5
based on 28 votes.

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