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Christopher Newport University

9 Alums took the salary survey

CNU Alumni Salary over Time

Christopher Newport University Salary over time
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$40,450Starting Annual Salary
$90,00010 Year Annual Salary

Said that CNU contributed

33.33%75-100% to their career success
22.22%50-75% to their career success
0.00%25-50% to their career success
44.44%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

11.11%Self Employed
11.11%Top Management
44.44%White Collar workers
0.00%Pink Collar workers
11.11%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees
66.67%Are satisfied with their current job.
88.89%Said things are generally going well.
66.67%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation5.3
Preparedness for Real world5.1
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Relations (1), Public (1), Editor (1), Journalist (1), Teacher (1),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
... Whether or not I will be actually, thoroughly prepared for graduate study is highly debatable: I can not say I know anyone who has been accepted...Read full comment
... If you want to party, they're around, but get used to seeing the same two dozen people for the rest of your CNU career ...Read full comment
... If you can meet he current stated requirements of this school, you are far better off at another university that employers will know where you...Read full comment
... I did have a few problems with Career Counseling during my stay ...Read full comment
... Now don't get me wrong, the most important aspect of college is academics, professors, learning, connections from the school for careers and g...Read full comment
... If you want education, to start building a foundation for the rest of your life be it friendships, your career, etc ...Read full comment
... People are great, Trible lies, job placement and career development are little to none, good if you like a cookie cutter campus ...Read full comment
... Doesn't matter that they try to be 'nice' or they curve the entire class' grade to keep them from looking ineffective, your career is ultimate...Read full comment
... I learned a lot about interoffice politics and that has served me well in my career ...Read full comment

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