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Arizona State University

38 Alums took the salary survey

ASU Alumni Salary over Time

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ASU Salaries

$70,648Starting Annual Salary
$75,00010 Year Annual Salary

Said that ASU contributed

26.32%75-100% to their career success
23.68%50-75% to their career success
7.89%25-50% to their career success
42.11%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

5.26%Self Employed
5.26%Top Management
47.37%White Collar workers
0.00%Pink Collar workers
0.00%Blue Collar workers
2.63%Entry Level employees
60.53%Are satisfied with their current job.
65.79%Said things are generally going well.
44.74%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation4.3
Preparedness for Real world5.5
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Engineer (9), Manager (5), Sales (5), Research (5), Of (4),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
... The "honors" dorm was a pathetic way to treat hard working school kids who are starting off their college careers ...Read full comment
... My professors in The Human Event and the honors ENG 102 courses taught me how to write strong papers, a skill that will help me with the rest of...Read full comment
... Showing an employer an ASU degree is equivalent to showing them a GED ...Read full comment
... So instead of taking an aptitude test and being placed into courses where you actually learn something, for about 1/4 to 2/3 of your ASU career ...Read full comment
... If you look up what its for essentially it is a charge for majors who's potential careers have high earning, Air Traffic Control, Medical, Law, e...Read full comment
... The program itself does not help you learn anything useful for the real world- it's simply another degree mill ...Read full comment
... Classes aren't terribly hard, and I've heard that Career Services is extremely helpful in helping you find a job when you graduate ...Read full comment
... Since the campus is so large there are a lot of people who come here for career fairs and it is easier to network in your desired field ...Read full comment
... There is always something to do and you will find many opportunities for career networking ...Read full comment
... I came all the way from Virginia and am now looking for a career in Arizona so that I may call it my permanent home ...Read full comment
... ASU is a microcosm of the real world ...Read full comment
... That's how it is in the 'real world' too ...Read full comment
... I believe that probably within the next decade or so we will be on par with other top 50 institutions like USC, NCSU, Michigan in terms of resear...Read full comment
... Nursing students do not need a school like ASU to stand out on their resume ...Read full comment
... I am career-driven and very school-focused, but still social ...Read full comment
... while interacting with the "real world", do not become condescending ...Read full comment
... This is a huge turn-off for me and I believe this sets the bar extremely low for ASU graduates to achieve greatness once they are seeking careers...Read full comment
... At the career fairs, almost half of the employers who come will not even talk to you if you don't have some form of business major on your name t...Read full comment
... They boast about their Career Placement Services, but if you go to a "career counselor" they will tell you to look on Careerbuilder and Jobing .....Read full comment
... ) absolutely hindered me in my career ...Read full comment
... I have seen his resume and he had better credentials than we did, yet he got jipped ...Read full comment
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