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Iona College

46 Alums took the salary survey

Iona Alumni Salary over Time

Iona College Salary over time
Iona Salaries
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Iona Salaries

$38,236Starting Annual Salary
$52,08310 Year Annual Salary

Said that Iona contributed

2.17%75-100% to their career success
2.17%50-75% to their career success
4.35%25-50% to their career success
91.30%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

17.39%Self Employed
2.17%Top Management
19.57%White Collar workers
4.35%Pink Collar workers
0.00%Blue Collar workers
15.22%Entry Level employees
41.30%Unemployed.

Life Satisfaction

19.57%Are satisfied with their current job.
26.09%Said things are generally going well.
4.35%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation1.3
Preparedness for Real world1.5
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Sales (1), Manager (1), Account (1), Jobs (1), Unemployed (1),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
4.7%
... If you're a business major, the Business Career Center is a goldmine of opportunities ...Read full comment
... Iona's Career Development Office is not helpful ...Read full comment
... Don't spend your money and take out loans to attend a college that won't give your the benefits and advantages you need to get into the real wor...Read full comment
... http://buccareer ...Read full comment
... -There is very little support in Career Services and most resumes appear to be mass produced - due to lack of money flowing into that departme...Read full comment
... If you pay to bring your car to campus - high tuition, you should receive VIP parking like the President - and his staff - you are paying his sa...Read full comment
... Iona is greatly lackng in student support services including: academic advisement, career development, and job search ...Read full comment
... Compare the President's Salary, his President's Committee, the Men's Basketball Coach - with the Professors' salaries - you will see a BIGGGGGG ...Read full comment
... The Career Development Department - nice people, but limited help and services ...Read full comment
... The President cares about his office and money, not the students who pay his big salary ...Read full comment
... Iona's job fairs are not well attended by Fortune 500 companies, and the career support services are very minimal ...Read full comment
... How many employers are making hiring decisions based on someone's "Ragtime" expertise ...Read full comment
... Compare the President's Salary, his President's Committee, the Men's Basketball Coach - with the Professors' salaries - you will see a BIGGGGGG ...Read full comment
... I was anxiously awaiting starting my college life and career ...Read full comment
... Iona's Career Development Office is understaffed, and care mostly about business students ...Read full comment
... I agree about Career Services at Iona ...Read full comment
... Iona's Career Development Office is not helpful ...Read full comment
... I feel like the students are approachable and nice but since this is the real world not everyone is not what you expect them to be ...Read full comment
... Iona approves resumes with typos and grammar errors, and career planning at Iona is close to zero ...Read full comment
... Iona's Career Development Office is not helpful ...Read full comment
... Compare the President's Salary, his President's Committee, the Men's Basketball Coach - with the Professors' salaries - you will see a BIGGGGGG ...Read full comment
... Yes, the Career Center at Iona is understaffed, and the companies that attend the job fairs are pretty much zip and none ...Read full comment
... There are so few companies at the career fair, and most available positions are for low wage jobs ...Read full comment
... A job recruiter I met with was shocked that my resume was approved -and told me it looked like a rough copy ...Read full comment
... You will always hear about the successful alums, find out about he ones that are left with menial jobs and employment -paying back big loans ...Read full comment
... Iona's Career Development Department is so under-staffed ...Read full comment
... I looked at employment openings at Iona, and the turnover is way too high ...Read full comment
... Compare the President's salary and his top staff to Adjunct Professors, Counselors, etc ...Read full comment
... As other raters suggested - ask for details and reports - and ask to see updated statistics on graduation rates, retention rates, and employment...Read full comment
... The Career Development Department - nice people, but limited help and services ...Read full comment
... Iona College's academic support services are very limited, including Career advising, job fairs, corporations and organizations that attend and ...Read full comment
... only loyal to their big money and salaries, and to grown their resumes ...Read full comment
... One thing, however, is that Iona has an extraordinary Career Development Center ...Read full comment
... The Career Development Department - nice people, but limited help and services ...Read full comment
... If you are going to spend $50,000 to attend a college - make it a college that has a high ranking, affordable, -and when you put your degree, fr...Read full comment
... We are paying his big salary, and all the salaries ...Read full comment
... Iona cares about expanding with real estate and buildings, whiled Iona's educational support services, including Academic support, Student Advis...Read full comment
... Iona's Career Services department wasn't that helpful, and it was under-staffed ...Read full comment
... Iona needs to hire a President whose main concern is for Iona students, his customers, who pay his BIG salary ...Read full comment
... Careers ...Read full comment
... Iona's Career Development Office is not helpful ...Read full comment
... Iona College's academic support services are very limited, including Career advising, job fairs, corporations and organizations that attend and ...Read full comment
... First, make sure you ask the Career Development office for breakdown reports of the companies that attend their annual job fair, and also statis...Read full comment
... Compare the President's Salary, his President's Committee, the Men's Basketball Coach - with the Professors' salaries - you will see a BIGGGGGG ...Read full comment
... How about all the students, that Iona didn't support because Iona's Career Development Department is so under-staffed ...Read full comment
... I'm not sure the work in my major is going to fully prepare me for my career, but in computer science it's all about experience anyway ...Read full comment
... Iona spends so much money on Ads - they should put more money into Career Development ...Read full comment
... Iona's Career Development Office is understaffed, and care mostly about business students ...Read full comment
... Teachers have had interesting careers ...Read full comment
... When you graduate, and become Alum, and go visit the Career Services Department, to ask for support, they pretty much brush you off, and tell yo...Read full comment
... My resume, that came out of Career services was laughable, and I visited the center on numerous occasions ...Read full comment
... Make sure you ask a lot of questions before you enroll at Iona College - and ask for statistics of hiring rates, graduation rates, employment op...Read full comment
... Iona's Career Development Department is so under-staffed ...Read full comment
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