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Harvard University

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Harvard Alumni Salary over Time

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Harvard Salaries

$103,566Starting Annual Salary
$203,61110 Year Annual Salary

Said that Harvard contributed

22.50%75-100% to their career success
17.50%50-75% to their career success
10.00%25-50% to their career success
50.00%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

2.50%Self Employed
10.00%Top Management
22.50%White Collar workers
2.50%Pink Collar workers
0.00%Blue Collar workers
5.00%Entry Level employees
57.50%Unemployed.
45.00%Are satisfied with their current job.
47.50%Said things are generally going well.
30.00%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation5.6
Preparedness for Real world4.4
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Lecturer (4), Director (4), Analyst (3), Executive (3), Senior (3),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
42.1%

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... Harvard's career services wasn't helpful when I was a student there, and now, even the Harvard name doesn't seem to do anything for me ...Read full comment
... As a "normal", "average", US Midwest, middle-class kid, who grew up in the "real world" as many may put it, I was thoroughly amazed and repulsed...Read full comment
... Also, at least some of the students are very smart, but not intellectual--they do work to get a good resume to get a good job to be rich ...Read full comment
... ) What I did for a living was not taught at any school in 1983 and the broad exposure and character / confidence building in my college years sui...Read full comment
... Seeing "Harvard" on a resume is enough to make most prospective employers grant you an interview; from there, you're on your own ...Read full comment
... There are many other places that are cheaper and more convenient for career preparation ...Read full comment
... Work (a Career, Occupation) ...Read full comment
... And the opportunities for the rest of your life expand exponentially as you delve deeper into your career options ...Read full comment
... Harvard's name may inspire awe in your potential employers, but it doesn't necessarily mean that you're going to "know your stuff" when you're act...Read full comment
... First, Harvard has not recognized the reality that their students need a lot of career sheparding (book smarts do not translate into street smart...Read full comment
... Extracurriculars were awesome, got involved heavily with PBHA and did volunteer work at shelters- getting involved really helped me to ground my...Read full comment
... Though Harvard does try to create a more liberal arts education with its core program, its students are really driven to look for certain things ...Read full comment
... Harvard is a great university for studying, and focusing on achieving a high-ranking academic career ...Read full comment
... It is definitely preparing me for the real world ...Read full comment
... All i wanted was to get to harvard once i got there it was a big shock because you think you getting to an ivy league it will prepare for a real w...Read full comment
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