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The University of North Carolina Charlotte

24 Alums took the salary survey

UNCC Alumni Salary over Time

The University of North Carolina Charlotte Salary over time
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UNCC Salaries

$51,610Starting Annual Salary
$111,00010 Year Annual Salary

Said that UNCC contributed

37.50%75-100% to their career success
12.50%50-75% to their career success
8.33%25-50% to their career success
41.67%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

20.83%Self Employed
0.00%Top Management
41.67%White Collar workers
0.00%Pink Collar workers
0.00%Blue Collar workers
12.50%Entry Level employees
62.50%Are satisfied with their current job.
62.50%Said things are generally going well.
45.83%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation5.1
Preparedness for Real world5.9
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Mgr (6), Dist (4), Banking (4), Gis (3), Manager (3),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.

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 Banking Asst Mgr
 Banking Asst Mgr
... One prospective employer called a professor (who did not even know me) for a personal evaluation ...Read full comment
... This school will not help your resume, or your career ...Read full comment
... 8 GPA, and would like to say I've got a lot of ambition when i want, of which UNCC didn't give me any; it was only going to suck my GPA down and r...Read full comment
... I am being nothing but honest when I say that this is not the school for anybody wanting a degree and wanting to be competitive in the real world...Read full comment
... Their style of lecture is excellent and they provide students with plenty of resources for enhancing their on-campus extracurriculars, resume, an...Read full comment
... The South (including the city of Charlotte and surrounding areas) has seen many commonplace jobs (such as millwork) disappear in the past decade,...Read full comment
... Academically, I knew the field I wanted entering as a freshman, was lucky enough to find gainful employment after getting my Master's (unsuccess...Read full comment
... The faculty is not supposed to make things easy for you, they are preparing you for the real world ...Read full comment
... For UNCC, there is Charlotte which houses financial giants like Bank of America, Wachovia, Lowe's Speedway, and energy giant Duke Power along wit...Read full comment
... There are career fairs every semester where companies come looking to recruit UNC Charlotte students ...Read full comment
... I still get a good amount of calls from recruiters and different companies with job/interview offers which I think says a lot considering the st...Read full comment
... The willingness of the faculty and staff to assist me throughout my career has been amazing ...Read full comment
... Its engineering and chemistry programs are as of right now top notch with its engineering program rated by some employers as higher than NCSU mai...Read full comment
... Definitely a college education is beneficial, but please encourage students to gain work experience while pursing their degree so that their resum...Read full comment
... They treat you like a pest when you are paying their salary ...Read full comment
... All of the gen-ed classes I took in the English department were taught by flaky adjunct professors, two of which ended employment before the end ...Read full comment

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