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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

24,000$ x 4 = 96,000$ gained. 48,993$ x 37 = 1,812,741$ lost.
You would lose 1,716,741$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

36,463$ x 4 = 145,852$ gained. 61,290$ x 37 = 2,267,730$ lost.
You would lose 2,121,878$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

34,180$ x 4 = 139,120$ gained. 58,230$ x 37 = 2,154,510$ lost.
You would lose 2,015,390$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

31,642$ x 4 = 126,568$ gained. 82,560$ x 37 = 3,054,720$ lost.
You would lose 2,928,152$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

36,743$ x 4 = 146,972$ gained. 72,348$ x 37 = 2,676,876$ lost.
You would lose 2,529,904$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60..

40,067$ x 4 = 160,268$ gained. 60,390$ x 37 = 2,234,430$ lost.
You would lose 2,074,162$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

43,817$ x 4 = 175,268$ gained. 42,000$ x 37 = 1,554,000$ lost.
You would lose 1,378,732$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

45,027$ x 4 = 180,108$ gained. 66,300$ x 37 = 2,453,100$ lost.
You would lose 2,272,992$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.60.

56,948$ x 4 = 227,792$ gained. 61,220$ x 37 = 2,265,140$ lost.
You would lose 2,037,348$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

46,222$ x 4 = 184,888$ gained. 64,922$ x 37 = 2,402,114$ lost.
You would lose 2,217,226$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

47,699$ x 4 = 190,796$ gained. 51,830$ x 37 = 1,917,710$ lost.
You would lose 1,726,914$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

48,528$ x 4 = 194,112$ gained. 99,660$ x 37 = 3,687,420$ lost.
You would lose 3,493,308$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

49,593$ x 4 = 198,372$ gained. 55,827$ x 37 = 2,065,599$ lost.
You would lose 1,867,227$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

43,289$ x 4 = 173,156$ gained. 72,220$ x 37 = 2,672,140$ lost.
You would lose 2,498,984$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

53,030$ x 4 = 212,120$ gained. 57,391$ x 37 = 2,123,467$ lost.
You would lose 1,911,347$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

36,413$ x 4 = 145,652$ gained. 53,500$ x 37 = 1,979,500$ lost.
You would lose 1,833,848$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

44,497$ x 4 = 177,988$ gained. 66,400$ x 37 = 2,456,800$ lost.
You would lose 2,278,812$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

40,977$ x 4 = 163,908$ gained. 42,900$ x 37 = 1,587,300$ lost.
You would lose 1,423,392$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

42,212$ x 4 = 168,848$ gained. 35,000$ x 37 = 1,295,000$ lost.
You would lose 1,126,152$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

45,118$ x 4 = 180,472$ gained. 59,107$ x 37 = 2,186,959$ lost.
You would lose 2,006,487$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

41,169$ x 4 = 164,676$ gained. 96,200$ x 37 = 3,559,400$ lost.
You would lose 3,394,724$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

40,722$ x 4 = 162,888$ gained. 87,240$ x 37 = 3,227,880$ lost.
You would lose 3,064,992$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

21,931$ x 4 = 87,724$ gained. 72,329$ x 37 = 2,676,173$ lost.
You would lose 2,588,449$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

44,012$ x 4 = 176,048$ gained. 31,200$ x 37 = 1,154,400$ lost.
You would lose 978,352$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

40,179$ x 4 = 160,716$ gained. 92,000$ x 37 = 3,404,000$ lost.
You would lose 3,243,284$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

49,953$ x 4 = 199,812$ gained. 87,763$ x 37 = 3,247,231$ lost.
You would lose 3,047,419$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

40,976$ x 4 = 163,904$ gained. 83,007$ x 37 = 3,071,259$ lost.
You would lose 2,907,355$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

45,240$ x 4 = 180,960$ gained. 37,574$ x 37 = 1,390,238$ lost.
You would lose 1,209,278$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

41,522$ x 4 = 166,088$ gained. 73,570$ x 37 = 2,722,090$ lost.
You would lose 2,556,002$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

42,000$ x 4 = 162,000$ gained. 61,750$ x 37 = 2,284,750$ lost.
You would lose 2,122,750$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

47,923$ x 4 = 191,692$ gained. 59,300$ x 37 = 2,194,100$ lost.
You would lose 2,002,408$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

32,000$ x 4 = 128,000$ gained. 54,000$ x 37 = 1,998,000$ lost.
You would lose 1,870,000$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

48,347$ x 4 = 193,388$ gained. 44,600$ x 37 = 1,650,200$ lost.
You would lose 1,456,812$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

35,089$ x 4 = 140,356$ gained. 51,852$ x 37 = 1,918,524$ lost.
You would lose 1,778,168$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

47,699$ x 4 = 190,796$ gained. 60,990$ x 37 = 2,256,630$ lost.
You would lose 2,065,834$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

35,988$ x 4 = 143,952$ gained. 28,166$ x 37 = 1,042,142$ lost.
You would lose 898,190$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

20,915$ x 4 = 83,660$ gained. 63,397$ x 37 = 2,345,689$ lost.
You would lose 2,262,029$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

42,038$ x 4 = 168,152$ gained. 58,107$ x 37 = 2,149,959$ lost.
You would lose 1,981,807$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

37,562$ x 4 = 150,248$ gained. 43,640$ x 37 = 1,614,680$ lost.
You would lose 1,464,432$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

37,442$ x 4 = 149,768$ gained. 45,890$ x 37 = 1,697,930$ lost.
You would lose 1,548,162$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

25,620$ x 4 = 102,480$ gained. 91,068$ x 37 = 3,369,516$ lost.
You would lose 3,267,036$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

42,144$ x 4 = 168,576$ gained. 63,700$ x 37 = 2,356,900$ lost.
You would lose 2,188,324$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

38,632$ x 4 = 154,528$ gained. 57,600$ x 37 = 2,131,200$ lost.
You would lose 1,976,672$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

36,937$ x 4 = 147,748$ gained. 69,130$ x 37 = 2,557,810$ lost.
You would lose 2,410,062$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

52,814$ x 4 = 211,256$ gained. 67,550$ x 37 = 2,499,350$ lost.
You would lose 2,288,094$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

25,620$ x 4 = 102,480$ gained. 37,701$ x 37 = 1,394,937$ lost.
You would lose 1,292,457$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

29,432$ x 4 = 117,728$ gained. 52,076$ x 37 = 2,402,114$ lost.
You would lose 1,926,812$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

31,000$ x 4 = 124,000$ gained. 66,620$ x 37 = 2,464,940$ lost.
You would lose 2,340,940$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

43,677$ x 4 = 174,708$ gained. 57,910$ x 37 = 2,142,670$ lost.
You would lose 1,967,962$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

47,295$ x 4 = 189,180$ gained. 74,950$ x 37 = 2,773,150$ lost.
You would lose 2,583,970$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

37,360$ x 4 = 149,440$ gained. 55,800$ x 37 = 2,064,600$ lost.
You would lose 1,915,160$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

22,640$ x 4 = 90,560$ gained. 29,000$ x 37 = 1,073,000$ lost.
You would lose 983,000$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

33,721$ x 4 = 134,884$ gained. 54,599$ x 37 = 2,020,163$ lost.
You would lose 1,885,279$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

50,257$ x 4 = 201,028$ gained. 73,760$ x 37 = 2,729,120$ lost.
You would lose 2,528,092$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

39,826$ x 4 = 159,304$ gained. 52,549$ x 37 = 1,944,313$ lost.
You would lose 1,785,009$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

42,144$ x 4 = 168,576$ gained. 63,190$ x 37 = 2,338,030$ lost.
You would lose 2,169,454$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

36,316 $ x 4 = 145,264$ gained. 68,189$ x 37 = 2,522,993$ lost.
You would lose 2,377,729$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

45,187$ x 4 = 180,748$ gained. 42,000$ x 37 = 1,554,000$ lost.
You would lose 1,373,252$ by dropping out !
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According to statistics from glassdoor.com, study.com and assuming that the median salary is distributed from 23 to 60.

45,278$ x 4 = 181,112$ gained. 37,721$ x 37 = 1,395,677$ lost.
You would lose 1,214,565$ by dropping out !
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Some Stats


Biggest Loss: Biochemistry --> 3,493,308$

Smallest Loss: Human Studies --> 898,190$

the most dropped out major is : Engineering

The less dropped out major is : History

Florida has the lowest average graduation rate at 65.8 percent, while Nebraska has the highest: 93.8 percent.


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