The data is from payscale.
One of the most common reasons students cite in choosing to go to college is the expansion of employment opportunities. To that end, data on the earnings and employment prospects of former students can provide key information. To measure the labor market outcomes of individuals attending institutions of higher education, data on cohorts of federally aided students were linked with earnings data from de-identified tax records and reported back at the aggregate, institutional level.
•Average and Median Earnings, Disaggregated by Student Subgroups
•Share of Former Students Earning Over $25,000