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Northeastern University

42 Alums took the salary survey

Northeastern Alumni Salary over Time

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Northeastern Salaries

$81,283Starting Annual Salary
$130,60610 Year Annual Salary

Said that Northeastern contributed

30.95%75-100% to their career success
42.86%50-75% to their career success
11.90%25-50% to their career success
14.29%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

11.90%Self Employed
40.48%Top Management
30.95%White Collar workers
0.00%Pink Collar workers
2.38%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees
14.29%Unemployed.

Life Satisfaction

78.57%Are satisfied with their current job.
85.71%Said things are generally going well.
52.38%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation6.9
Preparedness for Real world7.8
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Manager (20), Director (11), Engineer (9), Validation (8), Project (7),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
60.5%
... The main focus for the majority of people is their resume ...Read full comment
... Everyone couldn’t wait to get their feet wet in the real world by going on co-op ...Read full comment
... They want you to see connections between the class material and real world ...Read full comment
... Alot of coop employers consider their coop students for long-term work ...Read full comment
... People say that your first job out of college sets the tone for the rest of your career ...Read full comment
... My resume after leaving NEU was better than most people's rez after 3 years of work experience ...Read full comment
... It is very career oriented and if you cant find a job after graduation it because you didnt use the resources properly ...Read full comment
... Co-op's taught me what skills I need to develop and how much harder one is required to work in the real world than in the classroom ...Read full comment
... rote lectures which are solely based on theories which have virtually no practical application in the real world) ...Read full comment
... I really dont know where my career would be without co-op ...Read full comment
... They promised me a job as soon as I finish college, starting with a REALLY nice salary ...Read full comment
... Few professors were great and passionate about their career and teaching, but many appeared to only be interested in what they thought was their ...Read full comment
... Transferring to NU was the best thing I ever did - the poli sci professors I had were top notch and set me up for a great career down the line ...Read full comment
... Northeastern does not offer any co ops geared towards international affairs majors; indeed, the co-op advisor for this department pretty much say...Read full comment
... Northeastern’s program began in 1909 with just a few employers ...Read full comment
... Northeastern's co-op program is a great way for students to build a resume and get experience in the field they want to go into ...Read full comment
... nobody holds your hand, not only does the excellent co-op program give you real life experience, but so does the campus, with the NU shuffle and o...Read full comment
... They have a pretty good idea of what they want out of life career-wise, and they take the initiative in order to get it ...Read full comment
... The student population at NU is extremely more mature, grown up and focused than students I have met at other colleges because of experiencing t...Read full comment
... The diverse student body, approachable professors and fantastic rowing program made my college career all the more enjoyable ...Read full comment
... I'm building my resume through-out college, not after ...Read full comment
... Northeastern gets your ready for the real world ...Read full comment
... The business school really dislikes the number of international students because Co-op employers hate the additional paperwork required to hire ...Read full comment
... Everyone couldn’t wait to get their feet wet in the real world by going on co-op ...Read full comment
... NU provided experience early in your career to determine if this is what you really want to do with your life ...Read full comment
... To close: Northeastern really prepared me for the real world ...Read full comment
... The work experience NU provides is what really counts out there in the real world ...Read full comment
... Northeastern can offer a great college experience that prepares you for the real world, but if you are looking for an education that helps you gr...Read full comment
... Prove yourself on co-op and you will have a job offer well before you graduate and at a great salary ...Read full comment
... I feel well prepared from a character point of view for the real world and am grateful for my co-op experiences ...Read full comment
... The student exists, after the frosh year ,with one foot in the real world and the other on campus but the real world pulls harder ...Read full comment
... it's ultimately what you decide to do when you get there that really counts, and between the opportunities Northeastern presents to you both insi...Read full comment
... The Northeastern name adds weight to my resume ...Read full comment
... This means great internship and career opportunites for students ...Read full comment
... do I want to work hard, party on weekends (in apartments), attend awesome hockey games, live in an urban setting, be challenged and walk out of c...Read full comment
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