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Trinity College

19 Alums took the salary survey

Trinity Alumni Salary over Time

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Trinity Salaries

$46,713Starting Annual Salary
$213,63610 Year Annual Salary

Said that Trinity contributed

31.58%75-100% to their career success
10.53%50-75% to their career success
10.53%25-50% to their career success
47.37%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

5.26%Self Employed
10.53%Top Management
42.11%White Collar workers
0.00%Pink Collar workers
5.26%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees

Life Satisfaction

52.63%Are satisfied with their current job.
63.16%Said things are generally going well.
42.11%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation4.5
Preparedness for Real world5.1
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Assistant (4), Manager (3), Engineer (2), Sales (2), Research (2),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.

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Law Student - UChicago
... The career services department (located right in admissions so mommy and daddy payers can see) is a steaming pile of crap and it is a revolvin...Read full comment
... I should say that if you plan on going here, you're either screwed or you've been screwed already just by social misfortunes, adding to you your ...Read full comment
... CAREER SERVICES IS A JOKE ...Read full comment
... Cultivating strong relationships with professors will help you in your career ...Read full comment
... The value of my undergraduate career at Trinity has continuously increased as I continue my studies and go further in life ...Read full comment
... That is akin to the real world too ...Read full comment
... Oh, and if you want anyone from career services to help you when you graduate, you are in for a fun surprise ...Read full comment
... There is no intellectual rigor here, and no genuine effort to assist a student track a career, secure an internship, or get a full time job upon...Read full comment
... Career services is filled with lazy morons, and even buildings and grounds does as little as they possibly can ...Read full comment
... Trinity helped me become very satisified whith my career and life ...Read full comment
... Career services is utterly useless ...Read full comment
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