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Drew University

31 Alums took the salary survey

DU Alumni Salary over Time

Drew University Salary over time
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$53,179Starting Annual Salary
$115,50010 Year Annual Salary

Said that DU contributed

32.26%75-100% to their career success
25.81%50-75% to their career success
12.90%25-50% to their career success
29.03%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

9.68%Self Employed
3.23%Top Management
58.06%White Collar workers
3.23%Pink Collar workers
0.00%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees
77.42%Are satisfied with their current job.
77.42%Said things are generally going well.
45.16%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation5.4
Preparedness for Real world6.6
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Assistant (6), Librarian (6), Manager (6), Teacher (5), Research (4),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
... Drew career center is two elderly women and a file cabinet ...Read full comment
... However, it didn't prepare me for the real world ...Read full comment
... - the horrendous lack of career support for current students and alums (no night hours past 5 pm for alums who may need assistance, and the as...Read full comment
... The preparation that Drew gives for the real world is nonexistent ...Read full comment
... Better colleges include Muhlenberg, Clark, George Washington, Gettysburg; names that employers will recognize ...Read full comment
... That limits you when it comes to impressing employers ...Read full comment
... Also, don't expect any career development ...Read full comment
... I used the career center both to get internships while I was in school (I got one at a literary agent's office in NYC that was absolutely my d...Read full comment
... I changed careers simply because that's what was really in my heart ...Read full comment
... If you make the most of all the available opportunities - and believe me, there are a lot - you'll have no trouble entering the "real world ...Read full comment
... As an alumnus from about 10 years ago, I have a well developed career, an MBA in International Business and a wonderful family ...Read full comment
... This puts you on the right track for a career in medicine ...Read full comment
... My education is preparing me for a fantastic career in research ...Read full comment
... I studied chemistry at Drew and felt that the coursework prepared me for my career ...Read full comment
... This is evident in the number of employers nationally who have never heard of the school nor understand Drew's culture ...Read full comment
... Again, my guess is that you'd get the most out of Drew if you're a highly competitive person academically, looking to live on campus and get ...Read full comment

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