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Embry-Riddle Grads Can Bank On Degree Paying Off
Prescott, Daytona Beach Campuses Rank No. 1 Statewide for Return on Investment
May 23, 2013
Out of more than 1,000 U.S. universities and colleges, Embry-Riddle’s Prescott Campus in Arizona and Daytona Beach Campus in Florida are No. 1 among schools in their states for producing graduates whose tuition dollars reap hefty rewards in a trying job market, according to a leading salary data collector study.
The 2013 PayScale College Return on Investment (ROI) Rankings also shows the Prescott Campus as No. 2 in the regional category of Mountain Schools and No. 43 nationwide with a 6.8 percent annual ROI. With a 6.4 percent annual ROI, Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus ranks No. 7 among Southeast schools and No. 81 in the nation.
“This study confirms that students can literally bank on Embry-Riddle’s reputation and that the cost of attending Embry-Riddle is well worth the investment,” said Dr. John P. Johnson, Embry-Riddle president. “It reflects well on the quality of an Embry-Riddle education that our graduates are some of the most successful and well-respected leaders in the aerospace industry and beyond.”
Each year PayScale compiles statistics from public, private and for-profit schools while also surveying their graduates who earned a bachelor’s degree and are employed full-time in the United States. To view the complete 2013 PayScale College Return on Investment Rankings, visit www.payscale.com/college-education-value-2013.
PayScale is a market leader in global online compensation data. With the world’s largest database of individual employee compensation profiles, PayScale provides an immediate and precise snapshot of the job market. For more information, visit www.payscale.com.
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