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Indiana University Bloomington

34 Alums took the salary survey

IUB Alumni Salary over Time

Indiana University Bloomington Salary over time
IUB Salaries
IUB Careers

IUB Salaries

$60,042Starting Annual Salary
$110,00010 Year Annual Salary

Said that IUB contributed

20.59%75-100% to their career success
38.24%50-75% to their career success
17.65%25-50% to their career success
23.53%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

0.00%Self Employed
5.88%Top Management
52.94%White Collar workers
11.76%Pink Collar workers
2.94%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees
26.47%Unemployed.
76.47%Are satisfied with their current job.
79.41%Said things are generally going well.
61.76%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation6
Preparedness for Real world6.6
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Analyst (5), Director (5), Manager (5), Systems (5), Associate (4),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
37%
... It's important to get some higher educational certification because a degree will soon be the minimum standard of education for employers ...Read full comment
... Employers LAUGH at an iu bloomington degree ...Read full comment
... Heck, once you're considered to be a non-resident upon matriculating at IUB, you MUST pay non-resident tuition for the remainder of your college ...Read full comment
... My personal problem is that the people in my area of study (business) all drool over the opportunity to work for one of the big four accounti...Read full comment
... Bottom line, it offers something for everyone, regardless of desired career path ...Read full comment
... It would be very difficult to transfer to a better university with better job opportunities after completing I-core(Junior Year) ...Read full comment
... Almost any career path you choose, IU will provide a good education for it, but especially music, business, optometry, law, and poli ...Read full comment
... While many courses I've taken were challenging, the preparation for the real world that I've gained is invaluable ...Read full comment
... I will say that because it was so big, I often felt like the system worked against you (like a gazillion parking tickets in the D spaces), but i...Read full comment
... Like any school I have debt to pay back, but at least I have a career that allows me to do so when many others do not ...Read full comment
... The resources for career development and life after college are unbelievable ...Read full comment
... So many options, so many people to meet, so many outstanding resources (Adobe programs, career services, art museum, gyms, etc ...Read full comment
... There's also the Applied Physics program that leads to employment (I think this is our answer to an engineering program) ...Read full comment
... IU is good in that there are endlees job opportunities once graduated ...Read full comment
... The professors prepared me for my career and I utilize the knowledge I gained every day ...Read full comment
... Like the real world ...Read full comment
... If you're at Jacobs, expect to face world-class competition, without much hand-holding, like the real world, and a lot of bureaucracy ...Read full comment
... My college has only slightly helped me, it was the job experience that has really boosted my career ...Read full comment
Indiana University Bloomington
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