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The University of Illinois Chicago

27 Alums took the salary survey

UIC Alumni Salary over Time

The University of Illinois Chicago Salary over time
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UIC Salaries

$64,723Starting Annual Salary
$88,42110 Year Annual Salary

Said that UIC contributed

14.81%75-100% to their career success
18.52%50-75% to their career success
18.52%25-50% to their career success
48.15%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

11.11%Self Employed
7.41%Top Management
44.44%White Collar workers
7.41%Pink Collar workers
0.00%Blue Collar workers
7.41%Entry Level employees
62.96%Are satisfied with their current job.
70.37%Said things are generally going well.
40.74%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation4
Preparedness for Real world5.2
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Manager (8), Rep (3), Sales (2), Programmer (2), Assistant (2),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
... The buildings are run down, and the professors always joke about how crappy this school is and how nothing ever works, the atmosphere is depress...Read full comment
... And as someone said, becaue of the quality of the teachings are so low, you would not get out here with much learning, so thus undesirable to th...Read full comment
... While the professors seemed sufficiently competent, the structure of some classes as well as the degree program overall seemed lacking in educati...Read full comment
... (Completing a basic skills test within a specific deadline, obtaining recommendation letters from employers, etc ...Read full comment
... I strongly believe UIC is a great school and is well connected to numerous employers ...Read full comment
... The school of business is a very good school and helpful with you career development as well ...Read full comment
... UIC, (like, I anticipate, careers later) will not hand you everything on a silver platter ...Read full comment
... The career center is nearly completely useless for everything except minor proofreading of your resume ...Read full comment
... I hate having to talk about my split college career (undergrad) ...Read full comment
The University of Illinois Chicago
The University of Illinois Chicago

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