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Pratt Institute Main

25 Alums took the salary survey

PI Alumni Salary over Time

Pratt Institute Main Salary over time
PI Salaries
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PI Salaries

$47,046Starting Annual Salary
$133,68410 Year Annual Salary

Said that PI contributed

36.00%75-100% to their career success
24.00%50-75% to their career success
4.00%25-50% to their career success
36.00%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

12.00%Self Employed
8.00%Top Management
36.00%White Collar workers
4.00%Pink Collar workers
4.00%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees
28.00%Unemployed.
72.00%Are satisfied with their current job.
72.00%Said things are generally going well.
60.00%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation5.6
Preparedness for Real world6.5
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Designer (16), Senior (9), Director (7), Art (6), Magazine (5),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
15%
... Some even venture to say that one comes out more prepared from Pratt for the "real world" than anywhere else ...Read full comment
... I bet the so called real world isn't much better ...Read full comment
... don't send out 'a' resume and be pissed when they don't call you ...Read full comment
... I have found career services as far as graphic design is concerned to be of great help, Kathy Creighton really helped me strengthen the presentat...Read full comment
... Many of my fellow alumni have become quite famous in very diverse careers such as Harvey Fierstien (now on Broadway in Fiddler on the Roof), to d...Read full comment
... They don't teach much about techniques in the communication design department but more how to create good concepts that sell in the real world .....Read full comment
... It's so much better to live amongst fellow artists than "normal" people, because finding people who understand the way you think out in the "real...Read full comment
... A professional as well as creative environment is always encouraged so that when one recieves his or her diploma, going into the "real world…" ...Read full comment
... They are great at teaching and work in the real world when they're not in the classroom ...Read full comment
... Those who sent out one or two resumes and heard nothing, felt dejected and blamed Pratt ...Read full comment
... Admission rates are much higher compared to other prominent art colleges but employers don't seem to know that and Pratt still enjoys a very nic...Read full comment
... Pratt makes you feel really prepared for the "real world", which is a great feeling ...Read full comment
... You can get your BFA and start your 40k/year career which will hopefully be a good experience for you ...Read full comment
... Pratt Career Services was a big joke ...Read full comment
... So you are ready to navigate the unemployment office online ...Read full comment
Pratt Institute Main
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