Study: Graduates of UW-Stout Make More Money at Career Start

A new Money Magazine study shows that graduates of University of Wisconsin-Stout make more money in the first five years of their careers than all but two other institutions in the UW System. Money magazine’s 2016 college ratings showed that UW-Stout’s graduates made an average of $47,400 in the first five years of their careers. Money said in its report: “As the state’s polytechnic university, UW-Stout’s curriculum has a career focus, and the university works closely with business and industry to prepare students.”

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July 25th, 2016 by