Georgetown University just published a ranking of 4,500 schools based on return on investment (ROI) on the cost of attendance. (Link is below.) The data can be filtered and sorted in lots of ways.
There was a thread about this issue here not long ago: https://community.hsbaseballweb.com/topic/bates-1 (scroll down; the thread drifts from discussing one school to more general topics). I stand by my comments there that these types of raw comparisons can be misleading. (E.g., some schools graduate both engineers and a lot of future humanities professors. Their engineers may enjoy earnings just as high as grads from schools that graduate only engineers, but the average earnings at the school with multiple degree programs will be lower.) But, there are a lot of data here and they may be useful, at least as a starting point.