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Highest Paid in 2020: Urban & Regional Planning Graduates in Ohio

Ohio Colleges & Universities with the Highest Paid Urban & Regional Planning Grads

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The typical starting salary for Urban & Regional Planning is $39,674. This will increase if you select a school known for having the highest paid graduates.

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It's hard to beat Miami University - Oxford if you wish to study Urban & Regional Planning. Urban planning majors from Miami University - Oxford get a earnings boost of approximately 6.9% over the average earnings of urban & regional planning majors. Students who enjoy a more slow-paced life will appreciate Miami University - Oxford's location in the small town of Oxford, Ohio.

Only 37.0% of college students graduate on time. Miami of Ohio is way ahead of the pack on that mark with 66.3% of students finishing on time. Freshmen are not required to live on-campus at Miami University - Oxford. A virtual tour could be a great way to find out more about Miami University - Oxford.

Any student who is interested in Urban & Regional Planning has to check out University of Cincinnati - Main Campus. Urban planning majors from University of Cincinnati - Main Campus earn a boost of around 0.5% above the typical income of urban & regional planning graduates. University of Cincinnati - Main Campus is among the largest schools in Ohio.

Quite a few Cincinnati students get scholarships. University of Cincinnati - Main Campus is known for the success of military students and is ranked 73 best in the country for veterans. If you're considering learning more, you can see all of University of Cincinnati - Main Campus' rankings here.

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