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The University of Connecticut

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UCONN Alumni Salary over Time

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UCONN Salaries

$53,428Starting Annual Salary
$119,23110 Year Annual Salary

Said that UCONN contributed

18.75%75-100% to their career success
37.50%50-75% to their career success
12.50%25-50% to their career success
31.25%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

18.75%Self Employed
6.25%Top Management
50.00%White Collar workers
12.50%Pink Collar workers
0.00%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees
87.50%Are satisfied with their current job.
93.75%Said things are generally going well.
75.00%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation5.6
Preparedness for Real world6.3
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Manager (5), New (4), Ct (4), Haven (4), Hospital (4),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.

Get advice from Alumni

... The student body are mostly party boors, there is no life or anything interesting off campus, it is in the middle of nowhere, the faculty are bad...Read full comment
... Administration is one of the highest paid comparatively in the nation and the police force which does little to provide additional safety on camp...Read full comment
... But I made the best of it and tailored it to actual job experience during my career hunt ...Read full comment
... I don't really care though, I'm not in college for the "college experience", I'm here to get my BSEE and get a job out in the real world that pay...Read full comment
... It’s a perfect combinations of theoretical, application, future science and industry career focused ...Read full comment
... In my opinion, the overriding purpose for attending college is in preparation for a career, and in this regard I was not disappointed ...Read full comment
... And all of these opportunities have the potential to land you in a leadership position that will look great on a resume ...Read full comment
... Encouragement and information regarding future academic and/or career planning was "severely" lacking ...Read full comment
... I ended my career there feeling the exact opposite ...Read full comment

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