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James Madison University

41 Alums took the salary survey

JMU Alumni Salary over Time

James Madison University Salary over time
JMU Salaries
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JMU Salaries

$51,972Starting Annual Salary
$119,81510 Year Annual Salary

Said that JMU contributed

39.02%75-100% to their career success
21.95%50-75% to their career success
17.07%25-50% to their career success
21.95%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

4.88%Self Employed
4.88%Top Management
43.90%White Collar workers
4.88%Pink Collar workers
4.88%Blue Collar workers
2.44%Entry Level employees
31.71%Unemployed.
75.61%Are satisfied with their current job.
82.93%Said things are generally going well.
48.78%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation6.3
Preparedness for Real world6.3
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Manager (11), Teacher (7), Analyst (6), Research (3), Associate (3),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
53.8%
... If you want to focus on studying and achieving your career objectives - you might want to look elsewhere ...Read full comment
... If you can go to house parties everyday for the rest of your college career, then this school has the social life for you ...Read full comment
... The students at this school simply have no life skills or real world experience - they may succeed academically, but they could not survive a day...Read full comment
... I may be the exception to a very enthusiastic student body, but if you want to go to a university that cares about student safety and happiness, ...Read full comment
... A lot of what you learn in class is related to the real world, and many of the professors work, or have worked in the fields they are teaching ....Read full comment
... And the school's popularity among employers is rising very quickly ...Read full comment
... To me, it seems that students that graduate from JMU are typically well-prepared for any career opportunity or challenge they are bound to encoun...Read full comment
... I went through the ISAT program and now have a six figure salary just 3 years after graduation ...Read full comment
... Dorm life was unforgettable, and the freshman orientation week was a great kick off to my college career ...Read full comment
... I came in knowing i wanted to be in marketing and the program is phenomenal, i am definitely being challenged and the career resources are compet...Read full comment
... Gen-eds are irritating to no end, especially when you are focused on your career path ...Read full comment
... JMU's prestige factor is really in its own mind as I have found over the years since graduating that few people and employers are familiar with ...Read full comment
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