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School of the Art Institute of Chicago

26 Alums took the salary survey

SAIC/STAIO-Chicago Alumni Salary over Time

School of the Art Institute of Chicago Salary over time
SAIC/STAIO-Chicago Salaries
SAIC/STAIO-Chicago Careers

SAIC/STAIO-Chicago Salaries

$51,161Starting Annual Salary
$109,44410 Year Annual Salary

Said that SAIC/STAIO-Chicago contributed

11.54%75-100% to their career success
23.08%50-75% to their career success
26.92%25-50% to their career success
38.46%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

3.85%Self Employed
7.69%Top Management
46.15%White Collar workers
0.00%Pink Collar workers
3.85%Blue Collar workers
7.69%Entry Level employees

Life Satisfaction

53.85%Are satisfied with their current job.
61.54%Said things are generally going well.
42.31%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation5.2
Preparedness for Real world5.1
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Professor (8), Designer (8), Assistant (5), Teacher (3), Sales (3),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.

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... Financial aid will be little to no service, as will the Career and Co-Op center ...Read full comment
... With a BFA you only qualify for jobs that pay 20-32k a year, and the only way to save yourself is to go to grad school and learn a different skil...Read full comment
... " You can say that I'm just not looking at the curriculum with the right attitude, but the fact is this: I'm not really learning what I need to le...Read full comment
... I became very depressed and began to lose my interest in art because of this institution (I have always loved art and wanted a career in art - fo...Read full comment
... The school refuses to keep track/acknowledge the unemployment rate of its students (last time I checked other sources it was about 30%) ...Read full comment
... While I value the education I got, I didn't get enough information about how to actually make a living and support my career ...Read full comment
... I completed my independent study in New York and returned for my thesis show which could have been stronger had I stayed but because I had a job...Read full comment
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