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Siena College

18 Alums took the salary survey

SIC Alumni Salary over Time

Siena College Salary over time
SIC Salaries
SIC Careers

SIC Salaries

$47,089Starting Annual Salary
$73,07710 Year Annual Salary

Said that SIC contributed

16.67%75-100% to their career success
11.11%50-75% to their career success
16.67%25-50% to their career success
55.56%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

0.00%Self Employed
11.11%Top Management
44.44%White Collar workers
0.00%Pink Collar workers
11.11%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees
33.33%Unemployed.
61.11%Are satisfied with their current job.
61.11%Said things are generally going well.
44.44%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation3.8
Preparedness for Real world4.2
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Manager (4), Assistant (3), Agent (3), Call (2), Technical (2),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
38.9%
... In the "real world" you cannot simply put studying for a test or preparing a project off to the last minute ...Read full comment
... No real life experience just the furthering of his career through the money of the parents of our future workforce ...Read full comment
... You're paying WAY too much money just to add onto your resume you went to a school with "Franciscan values ...Read full comment
... Many students are spoiled rich Long Island kids whose parents have apparently never taught them responsibility or what it's like to live in the r...Read full comment
... It was hard but it made you ready for the real world ...Read full comment
... Overall, I would say, Siena, if any other institution, prepares you for the real world: Work can be challenging, dedicate to it, and you will p...Read full comment
... Seifert is a joke and is usually too busy working on furthering his career and collecting stipens than advising or teaching ...Read full comment
... Also when interviewing after leaving school both employers I interviewed with looked down on Siena and their business program because of their gr...Read full comment

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