Want to earn a great salary with your college degree? An online ranking indicates University of Findlay health professions graduates, such as those who have earned their nursing degrees, are paid better than most from similar institutions. PayScale’s 2019-2020 College Salary Report ranked UF No. 38 for those programs.
The website’s annual report, based on the salaries of 3.5 million college graduates, provides estimates of early and mid-career pay for 2,500 associate and bachelor’s degree-granting institutions. The average starting salary for UF graduates with such degrees is $66,000, and the average mid-year salary is $97,300.
“For health science and nursing programs in particular, we looked at 679 institutions offering 4-year degrees. So, at No. 38, Findlay ranks in the top 6%. That’s impressive!” PayScale maintains.
For more information on UF’s health-related degrees offered, including social service and sport-related majors, visit the College of Health Profession’s webpage.