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Fordham University

39 Alums took the salary survey

FU Alumni Salary over Time

Fordham University Salary over time
FU Salaries
FU Careers

FU Salaries

$54,462Starting Annual Salary
$272,50010 Year Annual Salary

Said that FU contributed

30.77%75-100% to their career success
28.21%50-75% to their career success
17.95%25-50% to their career success
23.08%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

12.82%Self Employed
20.51%Top Management
30.77%White Collar workers
0.00%Pink Collar workers
2.56%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees
33.33%Unemployed.
66.67%Are satisfied with their current job.
74.36%Said things are generally going well.
51.28%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation6.2
Preparedness for Real world7
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Director (10), Senior (7), Manager (6), Analyst (6), Assistant (4),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
63.9%
... If you are ever to encounter a problem during your college career, you need a university that will support you, not further complicate your life...Read full comment
... If you are ever to encounter a problem during your college career, you need a university that will support you, not further complicate your life...Read full comment
... There are two types of students at Fordham, ones that want to go to college to pursue a career and ones that are going to party and barely pass cl...Read full comment
... Career Services is just a vague office with dumb people going thru the motions as no companies recruit ...Read full comment
... There is a huge core curriculum here which may sound like a negative attribute but if you are undecided like me then it really helps you narrow y...Read full comment
... More than my grad degree and more than my first few years in my career, my years at Fordham made me who I am and had the biggest role in my succes...Read full comment
... What I like about Fordham is that you are given the reins and permitted to do with your college career as you see fit ...Read full comment
... While my academic studies at Fordham were enriching, it was my extracurricular life that motivated me to make the career choices I have made ...Read full comment
... However, the majority of students here need a wide awakening of the real world ...Read full comment
... Career Services is just a vague office with dumb people going thru the motions as no companies recruit ...Read full comment
... I don't know about others, but I had to hold a part-time job on my off days and it seemed like career planning would hold events on the days when...Read full comment
... In my experience the faculty and deans are self-absorbed in their supposed "success" and don't give actual help because as I have been told by mo...Read full comment
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