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Wake Forest University

36 Alums took the salary survey

WFU Alumni Salary over Time

Wake Forest University Salary over time
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WFU Salaries

$51,971Starting Annual Salary
$131,03410 Year Annual Salary

Said that WFU contributed

36.11%75-100% to their career success
33.33%50-75% to their career success
11.11%25-50% to their career success
19.44%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

5.56%Self Employed
8.33%Top Management
63.89%White Collar workers
2.78%Pink Collar workers
0.00%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees
80.56%Are satisfied with their current job.
97.22%Said things are generally going well.
66.67%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation6.7
Preparedness for Real world7.1
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Teacher (7), Director (4), Manager (4), Analyst (4), Instructor (4),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.

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... It fails to realize the real world as most of its students do during their time ...Read full comment
... Being from a major metrpolitan area in New England, I know that Wake is a not a name every employer knows well ...Read full comment
... Envision a career helping sex offenders with their addictions ...Read full comment
... was excellent, and I was well prepared for my teaching career ...Read full comment
... I hated it at times, but now that I'm out I'm far more prepared for the real world than some of my peers at other Universities, I have little dou...Read full comment
... Wake Forest has provided me with a tremendous experience that I continue to utilize in my career ...Read full comment
... Your resume not always on the make ...Read full comment
... Andy Chan in the Career Development office was a great addition to the advisement opportunities ...Read full comment
... How unfortunate for such hard-working and talented people to have to post-phone theirs academic careers because of a grading policy that belied ...Read full comment
... I also question whether the grade (and ego) deflation is necessary to achieve the academic standing they strive for, and if future employers rea...Read full comment
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