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The Tulane University of Louisiana

37 Alums took the salary survey

TUL Alumni Salary over Time

The Tulane University of Louisiana Salary over time
TUL Salaries
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TUL Salaries

$62,967Starting Annual Salary
$136,61310 Year Annual Salary

Said that TUL contributed

24.32%75-100% to their career success
43.24%50-75% to their career success
10.81%25-50% to their career success
21.62%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

10.81%Self Employed
13.51%Top Management
51.35%White Collar workers
2.70%Pink Collar workers
0.00%Blue Collar workers
8.11%Entry Level employees

Life Satisfaction

67.57%Are satisfied with their current job.
81.08%Said things are generally going well.
54.05%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation6
Preparedness for Real world7.3
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Manager (6), Professor (5), Assistant (5), Teacher (3), Analyst (2),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
... I will be able to tell my future employers, co-workers, kids, and grandkids how lived in New Orleans and went to college during hurricane Katrina...Read full comment
... The things we learn here are practical and applicable to the real world ...Read full comment
... The work we do in class has a lot to do with the real world, and in this economy, you need all the relevance you can get ...Read full comment
... I think that my undergrad major did not provide me any sort of tangible skills that one typically needs for employment ...Read full comment
... The name of the school has not helped me advance with regards to a career and I'm now left with more debt than I think my education was wort...Read full comment
... The career services department was substandard, with no required meetings or guidance ...Read full comment
... I can't vouch for other majors - most of my liberal arts friends are still searching for employment - but I think that's the standard across all ...Read full comment
... I actually had prospective employers tell me that they enjoyed interviewing Tulane alumni and I was offered jobs because of my degree from Tulan...Read full comment
... The Career Development Center at Tulane is very poor and not helpful ...Read full comment
... Job opportunities, internships, community service, anything ...Read full comment
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