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When setting intern salaries, factors such as students’ major, functional area, degree, and year of study are important considerations.
internships, compensation, salaries, surveys, spotlight
Supported by a strong employment market, members of the Class of 2016 earning master’s degrees notched a strong set of outcomes.
first destination, graduate outcomes, salaries, spotlight
Management consulting and chemical (pharmaceutical) manufacturing are the top-paying industries for Class of 2018 bachelor’s-degree graduates.
compensation, salaries, surveys, degrees, spotlight
Employers expect to make students earning engineering, computer science, and math and sciences degrees the highest paid Class of 2018 graduates at the bachelor’s-degree level.
internships, salaries, branding and marketing, surveys, spotlight
This selection of infographics illustrate various outcomes reported in the “First Destinations for the College Class of 2016” report published by the NACE Center for Career Development and Talent Acquisition.
graduate outcomes, salaries, trends and predictions, surveys
Computer science and engineering majors from schools in New England received higher starting salaries than did these grads from schools in other regions.
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With an annual average salary of nearly $110,000, directors are the highest paid core position involved in college recruiting at employer organizations.
compensation, salaries, operations, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
Early data for Class of 2017 master’s degree graduates indicate engineering disciplines are earning the highest average starting salaries.
Early—and limited—data show gains and dips in starting salaries for many Class of 2017 graduates, according to results of NACE’s Fall 2017 Salary Survey.
Class of 2016 bachelor’s degree graduates reported slightly low levels of employment compared to their Class of 2015 counterparts.