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Stony Brook University

34 Alums took the salary survey

SBU Alumni Salary over Time

Stony Brook University Salary over time
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SBU Salaries

$42,830Starting Annual Salary
$131,52210 Year Annual Salary

Said that SBU contributed

38.24%75-100% to their career success
14.71%50-75% to their career success
8.82%25-50% to their career success
38.24%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

14.71%Self Employed
2.94%Top Management
41.18%White Collar workers
2.94%Pink Collar workers
5.88%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees

Life Satisfaction

55.88%Are satisfied with their current job.
61.76%Said things are generally going well.
52.94%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation4.8
Preparedness for Real world5.5
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Technical (6), Manager (6), Staff (6), Research (5), Attorney (5),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
... It looked great on my resume and there are tons of reserach projects like that for undergrads ...Read full comment
... It would have been better to have more career fairs and internships for students, also more career guidance for individual students ...Read full comment
... I never got as many callbacks for employers until I put my new college (FIT) on my resume ...Read full comment
... Stony Brook helped me by introducing me to the real world...Read full comment
... BIGGEST MINUSES: need more off campus housing that is in proximity; need more late night social life; need kids to stay on campus for wkds; ne...Read full comment
... Ever since I went to the orientation, I knew it would be a painful experience, and that I was going to regret the decision to attend Stony Brook U...Read full comment
... Even if you were somehow able to make it through the major, you will not find employment afterwards, and even if you find a job, you will be maki...Read full comment
... You will not regret it and it always attracts attention on your resume ...Read full comment
... It would have been better to have more career fairs and internships for students, also more career guidance for individual students ...Read full comment
... The career center at Stony sucks because they have very few connections ...Read full comment
... As your academic career continues be sure to take classes that interest you and visit the career center they are very helpful and want to see you...Read full comment
... It has an enormous research facility, its own medical and dental school, accredited engineering departments and basically impacts the entire LI ...Read full comment
... Even if you were somehow able to make it through the major, you will not find employment afterwards, and even if you find a job, you will be maki...Read full comment
... Grad school is becoming a pro-forma path these days, and I would use the extra money for that (or have it paid by an employer) ...Read full comment
... Too much work, but you'll learn plenty for the real world ...Read full comment
... However, money talks; if you want a good academic school, excellent faculty, and a sound training in life in the real world, Stony Brook is t...Read full comment
... But that piece of toilet paper don't get you jobs in the real world ...Read full comment
... Career Search: They do have a career center on campus which is helpful in terms of searching for jobs -- not so much in actually obtaining a j...Read full comment
... If you want to party at college, do what I did and go to an upstate SUNY school for a year or two then transfer to Stony Brook to actually learn ...Read full comment
... It has a great reputation in New York, so there were lots of job opportunities for me ...Read full comment

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