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Syracuse University

44 Alums took the salary survey

SU Alumni Salary over Time

Syracuse University Salary over time
SU Salaries
SU Careers

SU Salaries

$50,696Starting Annual Salary
$145,15110 Year Annual Salary

Said that SU contributed

38.64%75-100% to their career success
25.00%50-75% to their career success
15.91%25-50% to their career success
20.45%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

9.09%Self Employed
13.64%Top Management
43.18%White Collar workers
2.27%Pink Collar workers
2.27%Blue Collar workers
2.27%Entry Level employees
22.73%Unemployed.
79.55%Are satisfied with their current job.
79.55%Said things are generally going well.
43.18%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation6.2
Preparedness for Real world7.2
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Manager (8), Editor (8), Teacher (6), Account (6), Assistant (6),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
41.2%
... My college experience has been the single most important factor in my career ...Read full comment
... If the point of an education is to lead into some sort of success in career and subsequent academic life, I must say that Syracuse was not worth i...Read full comment
... These kids don't even realize that they are experiencing nothing of the real world ...Read full comment
... Prepared me well for my career in business ...Read full comment
... The Study Abroad program here is also outstanding and Career Services is good with finding internships and jobs ...Read full comment
... At Syracuse, I found friends and, also, teachers who helped channel my creativity and eccentricity into a productive career ...Read full comment
... At Syracuse, I found friends and, also, teachers who helped channel my creativity and eccentricity into a productive career ...Read full comment
... Most of the academic programs are decent enough that you will be able to make it in whatever career you choose as long as you put in the work ...Read full comment
... But it never hurts to have Syracuse on your resume as a journalist ...Read full comment
... Probably the best thing about the university is the students it attracts - I made friends that I regularly keep in touch with and they are all do...Read full comment
... Syracuse' name and prestige definitely rang bells to many employers ...Read full comment
... e Career centers, research projects, internships etc ...Read full comment
... If I had to sum up the University in a few words, I'd say SU is the 'real world' within the 'real world ...Read full comment
... A few downsides: snowy, somewhat unsafe, if you don't like to drink theres nothing to do on the weekend but always something to do if you do, wi...Read full comment
... (Job opportunities, Career workshops, Speaking etc) 9 ...Read full comment
... Because, lets face it, you're not gonna be prepared for the real world by going to a college that was like high school ...Read full comment
... Basically, my advice is that Syracuse is a school that will challenge you and open a lot of career doors ...Read full comment
... Students who are able to tap into the alumni network and work with the career center are going to do very well for their career in the long run ....Read full comment
... Academically, you have to take the initiative to get involved in these things to have a satisfying college career ...Read full comment
... Be glad that you live in the real world where crime is everywhere and not coddled up sucking on mommy's tit anymore ...Read full comment
... lets just say I'm not worried about getting exposed to potential employers ...Read full comment
... It also is great for your resume ...Read full comment
... ) -Hold a lot of value to (joining) the Greek system -Believe college is all about partying and drinking, like in Hollywood films about college ...Read full comment
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