Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Career and Internship Center Class of 2014 Survey Preliminary Results


Career and Internship Center Class of 2014 Survey / Status Check



   
Summary/Highlights

·      442 responses
·      82% of employed members of the Class of 2014 will be working in his/her career field of interest
·      Average salary of those who will be employed full-time after graduation: $46,444 (n=93)
·      29.3% of those employed full-time credited a Career and Internship Center resource or program as the resource that “most directly impacted receiving the offer”
·      78% of respondents who will be attending graduate school will be attending their first choice institution. 
·      85% of respondents indicated having focused career goals (n=402)


Sample Employment Outcomes
1010data, Solutions Consultant • Anheuser-Busch, Group Manager • AppNexus, Dev-Ops Engineer • Avalere Health, Associate Consultant • BAE Systems, Engineering Leadership Development Program • Chevron, Midstream Intern • DuPont, Field Engineer • Epic, Business Intelligence Developer • Ernst & Young, Business Advisor Program • FactSet Research Systems, Research Specialist • General Dynamics, Electric Boat, Engineer • Grey Group, Account Manager • Harvard Medical Center, Research Assistant • International Monetary Fund, Research Assistant Program • J.P. Morgan, Investment Banking Analyst • Liberty Mutual Insurance, Actuarial Trainee • M&T Bank, Management Development Program •  Massachusetts General Hospital, Research Coordinator • Microsoft, Program Manager • NIH, Post-Baccalaureate Research Fellow • Peace Corps, Volunteer • Roberts Communication, Account Management Intern • Rochester Youth Year, Youth Year Fellow • Schlumberger, Wireline Field Engineer • Teach for America,  Corps Member • Towers Watson, Actuarial Analyst • UBS, Graduate Training Program •  Vistaprint, Software Developer • Ward Greenberg Reidy and Heller LLP, Paralegal • Xerox, Analyst, Strategic Growth Initiatives • Yale School of Medicine, Research Associate

Sample Graduate School Outcomes
Boston College, Social Work, MSW • Boston University, Healthcare Emergency Management, MA • Brown, Mechanical Engineering, MS • Carnegie Mellon, Mechanical Engineering, MS • Columbia, Public Health, MPH • Columbia, Operations Research, MS • Columbia, Economics and Education, MA • Cornell, Electrical Engineering, MEng • Cornell, Health Administration, MHA • Duke, Engineering Management, MS • Duke, Biomedical Engineering, PhD • Emory, Physical Therapy, DPT • Georgetown, Physiology, MS • Harvard, Molecular Biology, PhD • Indiana, Chemistry, PhD • Johns Hopkins, Finance, MS • Johns Hopkins, Public Health, MSPH • Michigan, Chemistry, PhD • MIT, Polymer Science, PhD • MIT, Mechanical Engineering, MS •  Northwestern, Marriage and Family Therapy, MS • Northwestern, Neuroscience, PhD • NYU, Marketing, MS • Princeton, Social Psychology, PhD • Stanford, Bioengineering, PhD • Stanford, African Studies, MA • UC Berkley, Chemical Engineering, MS • UCLA, Physics, PhD • University of Chicago, Religion, AM • University of Chicago, Human Genetics, PhD • University of Pennsylvania, Social Work/Public Policy, MSW •  Yale, Biomedical Engineering, MS

University of Rochester
 Biomedical Engineering, MS • Cellular, Developmental and Molecular Biology, PhD • Chemical Engineering, MS • Chemistry, PhD • Economics, PhD • Electrical Engineering, MSEE • Mechanical Engineering, MS • Optical Design/Optical Engineering, MS • Technical Entrepreneurship and Management, MS

Medical Schools
American University of Antigua • Case Western Reserve University • Penn State University College of Medicine • Rush Medical College • Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School • University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences • University of Illinois College of Medicine • University of Kansas • University of Maryland, School of Medicine • University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry • University of Texas Medical Branch 

Law Schools
Albany Law School • Brooklyn Law School • Cornell University • Georgetown University Law Center • Syracuse University College of Law  

Results as reported

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