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SDSMT Grads Earn More Than Harvard Grads

September 18, 2012, 10:36 AM

SDSMT Grads Earn More Than Harvard Grads

If you're looking for a high paying job after college graduation, forget Harvard and head to the Black Hills.

According to "Businessweek," South Dakota School of Mines and Technology graduates earn nearly $57,000 at their first jobs. That's $2,500 more per year than their Ivy League peers.

If that isn't enough reason to head to Rapid City, college students can also save thousands of dollars on tuition and fees; students at Harvard pay nearly four times more.

Read more about the comparison on the Bloomberg Businessweek website.

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