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Average salary for Cornell University alumni & graduates

561 Cornell University alumni & graduates salaries

 

The average salary for Cornell University alumni & graduates is $118,000 per year.The average bonus for Cornell University is $10,000.


Top Cornell University Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Job

 

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Executive Management & Change

$139,000 
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Financial Services

$137,000 
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Healthcare & Alternative Medicine

$136,000 
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Legal & Paralegal

$134,000 
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Consulting, Accounting & Professional Services

$125,000 
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Programme & Project Management

$120,000 
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According to our data, the highest paid Cornell University alumni & graduates are Executive Management & Change professionals at $139,000 yearly. The lowest paid Cornell University alumni & graduates are Architecture, Real Estate & Design jobs professionals at $70,000.

 


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Top Cornell University Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Degree

 

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Doctorate

$155,000 
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Masters in Finance

$150,000 
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MBA

$140,000 
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LLM

$137,000 
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Masters in Science

$125,000 
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PhD

$123,000 
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The best paying degree at Cornell University is Doctorate, with alumni earning an average salary of $155,000.
Graduates from Cornell University who earn the lowest salaries are those with a Masters in Management degree, earning a salary of $81,000 yearly.

 

More about Cornell University

 

Cornell University was founded in 1865 in Ithaca, New York and now occupies a 2000-acre campus, with additional outposts for professional and post-graduate study in New York City, Doha, Washington, D.C. and Rome. Privately endowed but partnered with the State University of New York, this Ivy League college prides itself on its commitment to student access. 21,600 students attend over 4,000 courses in 100 academic departments, with 20% coming from outside the United States. The university regularly ranks in the top 20 of higher education institutions worldwide for both its undergraduate and post-graduates programmes.

 

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