Want to make some money after college? How about a lot of money? Well, The Atlantic will help you do so with its recent article about which colleges give the best long-term gains monetarily. Harvey Mudd College leads the way with $1,094,000, making it the best “bang-for-your-buck” college, The Atlantic reported. Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford University are also on the top 10.
“The fact that the most valuable colleges here seem so predictable is an interesting data point, because the predictably best colleges tend to get the best students,” The Atlantic reported. “So what you're seeing here isn't just the quality of the school's education but also the quality of the students it attracts.”
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