University Graduate Career Surveys

<p>Some universities survey their graduates to see what they ended up doing shortly after graduation -- employed (and how much they are being paid if employed), still looking for a job, going to graduate school, or "other" (some only show pay of employed graduates). The most useful surveys break down the results by major.</p>

<p>Methodology does differ somewhat, so be careful about making comparisons across universities.</p>

<p>Cal Poly SLO: Graduate</a> Status Survey index - Career Services - Cal Poly
CMU: Post-Graduation</a> Survey Results-Career and Professional Development Center - Carnegie Mellon University
Georgia Tech: Georgia</a> Institute of Technology :: Salary Reports
MIT: Graduating</a> Student Survey - MIT Careers Office
Purdue: <a href="https://www.cco.purdue.edu/Student/PostGradData.shtml%5B/url%5D"&gt;https://www.cco.purdue.edu/Student/PostGradData.shtml&lt;/a>
RPI: Center</a> for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) for Students :: Recruiting Stats<a href="does%20not%20include%20by%20major%20breakdown%20of%20destinations,%20but%20does%20include%20pay%20of%20employed%20graduates%20by%20major">/url</a>
RIT: [url=<a href="http://www.rit.edu/emcs/oce/students/salary%5DStudents">http://www.rit.edu/emcs/oce/students/salary]Students</a> - Salary Data | Office of Co-op and Career Services<a href="pay%20of%20employed%20graduates%20only">/url</a>
San Jose State: <a href="http://careercenter.sjsu.edu/Downloads/Salary_Info/SJSU_CareerCenter_Salary_Survey.pdf%5B/url%5D">http://careercenter.sjsu.edu/Downloads/Salary_Info/SJSU_CareerCenter_Salary_Survey.pdf
</a> (pay of employed graduates only)
UC Berkeley: <a href="https://career.berkeley.edu/Major/Major.stm%5B/url%5D"&gt;https://career.berkeley.edu/Major/Major.stm&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>Moderators: would this be useful as a sticky thread?</p>

<p>It would be a useful thread, but nobody seems to want to sticky it. :(</p>

<p>University of Pennsylvania: Career</a> Services, University of Pennsylvania</p>

<p>it is also important to realize that most, if not all, of these surveys depends on optional student response. Obviously the students that are currently satisfied with their post-college plans are more likely to respond.</p>

<p>Is that necessarily true? In some cases, the results look very bad for 2009 graduates in many majors (high percentage still "seeking employment").</p>

<p>IMO that speaks to the depth of the problems facing new grads</p>

<p>Florida State: Get</a> Started Accessing Statisctics on FSU Students and Communication</a> - Matching Majors to Occupations - The Career Center – Linking Futures</p>

<p>A study on the "value of college majors" that may be relevant:</p>

<p>Center</a> on Education and the Workforce -</p>

<p>CMU's survey is now here: Post-Graduation</a> Survey: Salaries & Destinations-Career and Professional Development Center - Carnegie Mellon University</p>

<p>NYU: Wasserman</a> Center for Career Development - Center for Career Development</p>

<p>Arizona State University: <a href="http://students.asu.edu/career/gradstats%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://students.asu.edu/career/gradstats&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>Cal Poly SLO's survey results are now here: Graduate</a> Status Report - Career Services - Cal Poly</p>

<p>Stanford: Career</a> Development Center - Stanford Salary Statistics | Student Affairs</p>

<p>Virginia Tech: Post-Graduation</a> Survey and Report | Career Services | Virginia Tech</p>

<p>Montana Tech: Montana</a> Tech | Salary and Placement Rate</p>

<p>University of Dayton: University</a> of Dayton - (statistics)</p>

<p>University of Alabama (engineering and business): Student</a> Affairs | Career Center</p>

<p>Notre Dame: Career</a> and Internship Data // Career Center // University of Notre Dame</p>

<p>UCLA: UCLA</a> Career Center</p>