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NJ colleges rank high in salary potential according to website

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A website says if you go to college in New Jersey, you could be getting paid more.

Payscale.com ranked the 'Best Universities and Colleges by Salary Potential' in the U.S.

The website says Princeton University ranks at the #2 spot.

The Ivy League school reported a salary of just under $70,000 for graduates early in their career and $147,800 for mid-career graduates.

On average, the data shows graduates of four-year colleges in New Jersey are more likely to earn at least $50,000 early in their careers and surpass $90,000 by mid-career than graduates of schools elsewhere.

Harvey Mudd College in California ranks #1.

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