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The University of Delaware

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UDelaware Alumni Salary over Time

The University of Delaware Salary over time
UDelaware Salaries
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UDelaware Salaries

$47,925Starting Annual Salary
$111,25010 Year Annual Salary

Said that UDelaware contributed

14.81%75-100% to their career success
38.89%50-75% to their career success
11.11%25-50% to their career success
35.19%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

9.26%Self Employed
5.56%Top Management
51.85%White Collar workers
1.85%Pink Collar workers
0.00%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees

Life Satisfaction

72.22%Are satisfied with their current job.
81.48%Said things are generally going well.
46.30%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation5
Preparedness for Real world6.1
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Manager (12), Sales (9), Director (7), Marketing (6), Assistant (5),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
... UD's Business program has definitely been a factor in the success that I have seen in my career so far ...Read full comment
... I am now finishing my Masters in Psychology in Boston and taking my state licensure exam to be a psychotherapist, I would never have had the conf...Read full comment
... If you demand a zero crime environment you should not ever seek employment in a city either ...Read full comment
... Visit career services for internships or on/off campus jobs; join a club to do community service and gain leadership skills, while meeting people...Read full comment
... The Business and Technical Writing program is well-constructed and provides "real world" skills ...Read full comment
... YOu will not find employment after graduation ...Read full comment
... Enjoy it while you can, the real world sucks ...Read full comment
... One thing that I think is good is the career services center ...Read full comment
... Good luck explaning that to an employer -- unless you transfer to a school either in the south or the west ...Read full comment
... Keep in mind career goals, but follow your interests when taking classes ...Read full comment
... I switched to accounting, and learned that the university really has a great career services placement center ...Read full comment
... Be prepared to put in an effort socially and educationally, and you will be well rewarded in the future with the friends that you make and the c...Read full comment
... I would also not recommend this college for a degree that may not have a career with a high income associated ...Read full comment
... Career services is also terrible ...Read full comment
... Enjoy it while you can, the real world sucks ...Read full comment
... They have really good resources for writing essays, resumes, doing math work, and they help you to find internships and jobs ...Read full comment
... Don't really care about the real world ...Read full comment
... Everyone at career services are very helpful in guiding you too ...Read full comment
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