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Villanova University

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VU Alumni Salary over Time

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VU Salaries

$273,240Starting Annual Salary
$462,43910 Year Annual Salary

Said that VU contributed

50.98%75-100% to their career success
29.41%50-75% to their career success
5.88%25-50% to their career success
13.73%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

13.73%Self Employed
35.29%Top Management
25.49%White Collar workers
3.92%Pink Collar workers
3.92%Blue Collar workers
1.96%Entry Level employees
90.20%Are satisfied with their current job.
88.24%Said things are generally going well.
45.10%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation7.9
Preparedness for Real world7.9
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Principal (15), Finance (13), Officer (13), School (13), Owner (13),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
... Villanova attempts to isolate and shut its students out from the real world ...Read full comment
... " I almost wanted to ask her what she knew about the real world, growing up with parents who make more than my entire extended family combined, bu...Read full comment
... Many of the reviews you read come from people who are still students and have probably never lived out in the real world or given one iota of th...Read full comment
... This is largely because the study abroad programs have internships attached (a few weeks long resume fillers) and there is not enough housing on ...Read full comment
... Career Services also does very little to help their Arts and Science program ...Read full comment
... To begin, the student body is still largely comprised of arrogant, snotty little private-school brats with absolutely no conception of the real w...Read full comment
... Villanova has given me all the tools I needed to do a good ob in the real world in my field, and in life ...Read full comment
... I feel as though I am well prepared for a career in business and in life ...Read full comment
... Traditionally, these have been VU's great strengths as opposed to more scholarly or research careers ...Read full comment
... The honours program is nice, it allows you to take some fun classes, but honestly it was mainly just a line on the resume ...Read full comment
... And at the end of the day, if you have Villanova University at the top of resume, that makes all the difference and that's what you are going to...Read full comment
... Not only are there resources academically, but there are resources for your career (practice interviews, resume workshops, etc ...Read full comment
... The University offers many programs and chances for you to network that will help you get into the business world and hopefully jumpstart your ca...Read full comment
... The degree and your career - The Nova education and reputation is very good especially in the North East ...Read full comment
... bad - villanova is a completely innacurate version of the real world ...Read full comment
... It is also preparation for the real world where you are going to meet and have to work with people of that sort so it is good practice in a sense...Read full comment
... I guess if you open your eyes wide enough to notice that this is happening, you will get a sense of the real world here, but if you are smart eno...Read full comment
... The business school (VSB) is top-notch when it comes to career opportunities and promotional endeavors ...Read full comment
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