Brigham Young University graduates who are female earn 57 percent less than male graduates. For Princeton graduates, the difference is 37 percent. And at Stanford, it’s 32 percent. In fact, according a study commissioned by Priceonomics, for America’s top colleges, the average gender wage gap is 19 percent. While men after graduation earn an average of $59,028, women earn $47,887.
Gender Wage Gap Exists for Graduates of Nearly Every Top College in America
Source: Campus Technology