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The University of Alabama

26 Alums took the salary survey

UAT Alumni Salary over Time

The University of Alabama Salary over time
UAT Salaries
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UAT Salaries

$118,081Starting Annual Salary
$109,34810 Year Annual Salary

Said that UAT contributed

42.31%75-100% to their career success
15.38%50-75% to their career success
11.54%25-50% to their career success
30.77%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

0.00%Self Employed
15.38%Top Management
46.15%White Collar workers
3.85%Pink Collar workers
0.00%Blue Collar workers
3.85%Entry Level employees
57.69%Are satisfied with their current job.
69.23%Said things are generally going well.
50.00%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation5.6
Preparedness for Real world5.6
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Research (8), Associate (6), Teacher (4), Professor (3), Project (2),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
... Not only has my Alabama Degree not helped me with a career, it has permanently damaged my standard of living ...Read full comment
... Employers will laugh in your face ...Read full comment
... The Degree is a joke and is NOT respected by employers ...Read full comment
... The Career Center is a joke ...Read full comment
... If you want to go to a well regarded university that is challenging academically and receive a degree that will help you find a successful car...Read full comment
... If you want a worthless piece of paper (UA degree) that will never help at all toward a future career ...Read full comment
... UA provided a strong foundation and learning experience that I'll carry throughout my life and my career ...Read full comment
... In that sense, it is very preparatory for the "real world" ...Read full comment
... The University of Alabama is a great starting point to a career in pretty much any field ...Read full comment
... I feel well prepared for a career, even in a rough economy ...Read full comment
... I chose Alabama because they had a program where I could maintain my career and finish my degree ...Read full comment
... My degree from UA holds weight with employers ...Read full comment
... I was extremely well prepared for grad school and the "real world ...Read full comment
The University of Alabama

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