Career Development Center
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The Career Development Center issues a First Destination Survey every semester to check in with recent graduates on their career path.?The following data is pulled from our most recent survey issued to the Graduate Class of 2017. The following page provides a snapshot of this report.
In general, recent Graduate grads reported an 88% satisfaction rating?in regards to their post-graduate occupation. This number is derived from a graduate's current career situation and how this relates to their major's curriculum.?The following graph covers how many students are currently employed as well as how many students are still involved in a job search or are pursuing further education.
What Recent Graduates Are Doing:
The chart above shows the following data:?89%?of recent graduates are currently employed, 9%?are still seeking employment, and 2% are pursuing?further education.
Top employers?for Class of 2017 Graduates included?Hill Holliday,?Reuters,?ABC News,?and?MIT.
Top Employment Locations:
The top Employment Locations for Class of 2017 Graduates were?Massachusetts, California,?New York, Rhode Island,?and Maine.
Average Salaries for Recent Graduates:
The chart above shows the following data: 6% of our respondents had a salary below $25,000. 19% make between $25,000 and $35,000. 24% make between $35,000 and $45,000. 25% make between $45,000 and $55,000. 26% make over $55,000.
The Average Salary for Emerson College Graduate Students was $46,486.
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