Best Community Colleges in Alaska by Salary Potential

Thinking of earning an associate degree in Alaska? PayScale ranks two-year colleges by top earning alumni.

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Rank 
School Name 
School Type
Degree Type 
School Sector
Early Career Pay
 
Median salary for alumni with 0-5 years experience
Mid-Career Pay
 
Median salary for alumni with 10+ years experience
% High Meaning
 
% alumni who say their work makes the world a better place
% STEM Degrees
 
% degrees awarded in science, technology, engineering or math subjects
1AssociatesPublic$47,200$70,20050%20%

1University of Alaska Fairbanks
Degree TypeAssociates
School SectorPublic
Early Career Pay$47,200
Mid-Career Pay$70,200
% High Meaning50%
% STEM Degrees20%
2AssociatesPublic$48,200$69,30051%10%

2University of Alaska Anchorage
Degree TypeAssociates
School SectorPublic
Early Career Pay$48,200
Mid-Career Pay$69,300
% High Meaning51%
% STEM Degrees10%
3AssociatesPublic$41,000$60,300N/A3%

3University of Alaska Southeast
Degree TypeAssociates
School SectorPublic
Early Career Pay$41,000
Mid-Career Pay$60,300
% High MeaningN/A
% STEM Degrees3%
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Alaska, nicknamed “The Last Frontier,” and the largest and least-populated state in the United States, might not leap to mind when you’re thinking about colleges and universities that produce high earners. Its economy is dominated by the fishing, natural gas, and oil industries, which all take advantage of resources that the state has in abundance. But for two-year colleges in Alaska, there is still a bright opportunity for Alaskan students who are looking to further their education at a low cost with a substantial return in terms of median salary. Alaska two-year schools often produce competitive median salary numbers for all U.S. junior colleges ranked in PayScale’s College Salary Report.


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