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Highest Paid in 2019: Urban & Regional Planning Graduates in the New England Region

Discover Schools with Well Paid Urban & Regional Planning Grads : New England

We selected schools by the highest starting and mid-career salaries. Graduates with an Urban & Regional Planning degree have an average income of $39,674 starting out and $74,436 mid-career.

To find out more about our earning potential ranking methodologies, view the highest paid grads methodology overview. Try looking for more Urban & Regional Planning rankings such as Most Popular Online Colleges or Best Value Schools.

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Cambridge, Massachusetts
 
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Total Score
10.0
 
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Cambridge, Massachusetts
Starting Pay
Highest
 
Overall Quality
Highest
 
Total Score
10.0
 
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Durham, New Hampshire
 
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9.7
 
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Total Score
9.7
 
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Plymouth, New Hampshire
 
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9.3
 
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Plymouth, New Hampshire
Starting Pay
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Total Score
9.3
 
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Westfield, Massachusetts
 
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Total Score
9.0
 
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Westfield, Massachusetts
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Overall Quality
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Total Score
9.0
 



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