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UPhoenix-Phoenix Alumni Salary over Time

The University of Phoenix Phoenix Campus Salary over time
UPhoenix-Phoenix Salaries
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UPhoenix-Phoenix Salaries

$68,863Starting Annual Salary
$79,31810 Year Annual Salary

Said that UPhoenix-Phoenix contributed

8.82%75-100% to their career success
11.76%50-75% to their career success
29.41%25-50% to their career success
50.00%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

11.76%Self Employed
5.88%Top Management
41.18%White Collar workers
2.94%Pink Collar workers
2.94%Blue Collar workers
5.88%Entry Level employees

Life Satisfaction

55.88%Are satisfied with their current job.
70.59%Said things are generally going well.
47.06%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation4.6
Preparedness for Real world5.5
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Manager (8), Analyst (6), Systems (4), Engineer (4), Software (3),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
... It is NOT a good degree in many employers' eyes ...Read full comment
... The best thing that I can say about UoP Business Management program is the fact that, because it is a business, it must deal in the real world par...Read full comment
... When I worked at MBNA, I received tuition reimbursement as well as a lofty salary increase upon completion of the MBA degree ...Read full comment
... For example, professors who teach employment law are often practicing attorneys ...Read full comment
... I am still nervous of the schools reputation and wonder how other potential employers will perceive the quality of my education ...Read full comment
... The University of Phoenix has provided me with a foundation of success and it has clearly helped my career ...Read full comment
... This college has been accredited for years and is accepted by employers all over the country ...Read full comment
... I am a 19 yr old mother of one, very devoted to my family, education and future career in communications, therefore a lot is riding on my educati...Read full comment
... I originally attended a state university for my first two years, and was constantly challenged, and had to work extremely hard to even pass, but ...Read full comment
... My employer respects my degree, and I find myself relating to clients more adeptly than ever before; ultimately putting more money in my pocket; ...Read full comment
... The professors bring real world experience into the classroom and there is a lot of work to be done throughout the week after class ...Read full comment
... UofP is for working adults who want to learn real world stuff from real world instructors ...Read full comment
... Prior to my entering UOP, I enjoyed a 25-year engineering career ...Read full comment
... I had strong faculty members instructing my classes that had a wealth of experience in the real world ...Read full comment
... Intel) no longer accept UOP graduates for employment, after having attended the classes myself, I can't blame them ...Read full comment
... This college has been accredited for years and is accepted by employers all over the country ...Read full comment
... Oh, and for the record, if you are a supporter of learning teams because you feel it relates to the real world, remember that when you do not do ...Read full comment
... These same people will be touting that degree on their resumes ...Read full comment
... The course work is based on real world experience and is challenging ...Read full comment
... Many people complain their degrees are not recognized by employers ...Read full comment
... From the first day I received my Bachelors Degree I have continued to climb the ladder of success in my career ...Read full comment
... I do really worry that the degree will not be worth as much to an employer ...Read full comment
... I've spoken with ten professional recruiters and asked them the question "Does where a person gets a degree matter on the resume of a potential ...Read full comment
... Finally, any school that is purely a "click" college such as Jones University is a bad choice and you likely will have very little if any credib...Read full comment
... I am in my 8th course, and have learned a lot, but usually not due in any way to the instructor's "real world experience ...Read full comment
... Hopefully, it will do so as have received interviews with them on my resume ...Read full comment
... I even feel embarassed to say that I attended UOP, and I'm worried about how prospective employers will perceive me ...Read full comment
... The HR courses generally repeat knowledge that you should have obtained when achieving professional HR accreditations, especially the CCP and ...Read full comment
... Especially if you have a full time job and seeking to advance your career to greater heights ...Read full comment
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