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Texas A & M University College Station

69 Alums took the salary survey

TAUCS Alumni Salary over Time

Texas A & M University College Station Salary over time
TAUCS Salaries
TAUCS Careers

TAUCS Salaries

$58,182Starting Annual Salary
$156,35710 Year Annual Salary

Said that TAUCS contributed

33.33%75-100% to their career success
30.43%50-75% to their career success
0.00%25-50% to their career success
36.23%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

2.90%Self Employed
13.04%Top Management
37.68%White Collar workers
4.35%Pink Collar workers
8.70%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees
31.88%Unemployed.
63.77%Are satisfied with their current job.
68.12%Said things are generally going well.
49.28%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation6.2
Preparedness for Real world5.8
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Engineer (20), Project (15), Manager (13), Associate (4), Analyst (4),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
23.8%
... The career center is the worst in the Big 12 ...Read full comment
... My two professors for my first Intro to Chemical Engineering Class, both had careers in the oil industry, and lectured for an hour and a half abo...Read full comment
... I am currently in a Radiology residency at Harvard Medical School and my education at Texas A&M really provided the foundation for my career ...Read full comment
... I am now a wife and mother, but who knows what the future holds for a later career ...Read full comment
... I attended A&M for my undergraduate career and I didn’t think much of it ...Read full comment
... If you can survive the rigorous coursework, you will graduate with the knowledge that you can tackle any problem given to you during your career ...Read full comment
... I am not making money now as a fourth year medical student, but after residency/fellowship I expect a salary of six figures ...Read full comment
... The courses seem to relate very well with the field and give the students the ability to apply the course work in real world situations ...Read full comment
... I can't speak for other majors, but the Biomedical Sciences Department (the only major in the College of Veterinary Medicine) really is a great ma...Read full comment
... A&M is great preparation for "the real world" in that way ...Read full comment
... Most people are from the litle towns of Texas where they have not had the benefits of experiencing the real world, which unfortunately makes the...Read full comment
... Welcome to the real world ...Read full comment
... The school and universities in general are trying to make themselves look good in rankings and this comes through in the classroom and the caree...Read full comment
... This is a very positive attribute because most employers want young employees to follow instructions and successfully perform specific tasks ...Read full comment
... Don't chase a major with a great starting salary ...Read full comment
... My career has grown due to the care and concern of other Aggies ...Read full comment
... My two professors for my first Intro to Chemical Engineering Class, both had careers in the oil industry, and lectured for an hour and a half abo...Read full comment
Texas A & M University College Station
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