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Highest Paid in 2019: Food Science Technology Graduates in the Rocky Mountains Region

Find the Highest Paid Food Science Technology Grads in the Rocky Mountains Region

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Starting out, Food Science Technology graduates earn about $42,301 per year. You can boost your odds of earning more than average by choosing from the list of colleges below, recognized for high graduate earnings.

Ranked Below are Regional Schools with Food Science Tech Grads who Earn Competitive Salaries

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University of Idaho is among your top options if you want to study Food Science Technology. Moscow, Idaho is situated in a calm, serene, countryside area.

Roughly 78.8% of the instructors at University of Idaho are full-time and get normal office hours, so they should be more accessible to students. The typical scholarship amount given to freshman students is $4,746 with 89.0% of freshman students receiving an award. Ever wish schools were graded with a report card? Now they are. Visit University of Idaho's scorecard.





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