Should have studied Chemical Engineering at Dartmouth has some interactive data on salaries of graduates by college, as well as by major. I was suprised that the median mid-career salary for my alma mater is $85,000, until I remembered how much more my classmates make than me.

The article tied to it notes that Ivy leaguers make more, noting differences in career choices, but failing to note the obvious – that Ivy league schools selective enrollment means their students (and hence graduates) are high achievers to being with.

My favorite item though is the classification of schools by type – you are either an engineering school, an Ivy League school, a liberal arts college, a state school, or a party school. Zing! Take that, Penn State.