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Public Health Salary

This table shows the average salary over time for the people who graduated with
a major in Public Health. 
Each year represents a different person, after having been out of college for x years. 
Some years will have abnormally high or low salaries.  This is because some of those surveyed were either more or less successful than the average, or perhaps switched to a more lucrative field.

Below is a list of alumna/e and their jobs, after having graduated in this major. 

Some are available for contact. 


 

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4965 Alums have graciously made themselves available for you to contact with questions or for advice.

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  • MSW/MPH (dual Degree Program)
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2000Still in Major? No
     
  • Shift Supervisor And Assistant Director Of Resp
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 1979 Still in Major? No
  • Office Manager For Dr. Darla Latham
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 1979 Still in Major? No
     
  • Research Project Coordinator - Emory University
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2002Still in Major? Yes
     
  • None
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 2000Still in Major? No
     
  • Unemployed
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 2012Still in Major? No
     
  • Government
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1995 Still in Major? No
     
  • Financial Service Associate
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2014Still in Major? No
     
  • Registration Rep
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2011Still in Major? No
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  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 1964 Still in Major? Yes
     
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  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1971 Still in Major? No
     
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  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1981 Still in Major? No
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  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 2003Still in Major? No
     
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  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1955 Still in Major? Yes
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  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2014Still in Major? Yes
     
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  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1972 Still in Major? No
     
  • Data Quality Manager
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2011Still in Major? Yes
     
  • Data Quality Manager
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2011Still in Major? Yes
     
  • Data Quality Manager
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2011Still in Major? Yes
     
  • Data Quality Manager
  •    (Public Health)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2011Still in Major? Yes

    Public Health Major unemployment rate

    _Public HealthAll Majors
    Unemployed%5%8
    Minimum Wage%7%4
    All Others%88%87
    More: Unemployment for all Majors *** not counting stay at home parents *** not counting those currently in grad school

    Are things going well in Public Health?

    Going Well%73
    Not Going Well%27
    More: All Majors Satisfaction ??? This is a social "life satisfaction" question. Overall, would people who graduated with a degree in Public Health say that their life is going well? It could be interpreted in terms of stress, salary, long hours, future prospects, etc. *** not counting those currently in grad school

    Graduates who stayed in Public Health

    Still in Field%54
    Got out%46
    More: All Majors Still in field ??? A high "got out" percentage can be interpreted a couple of ways -- for instance, perhaps the major is a great stepping stone to becoming a totally different career -- like a doctor. Or perhaps the jobs one gets with the major just aren't that great. *** not counting those currently in grad school
    Wanted to take two classes there that wouldWanted to take two classes there that would be required in my degree but the administrative office and their staff are so incompetent in doing their jobs, they were not able to help me register.Read reviewPublic HealthColorado State University - Pueblo Reviews
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    I chose Mercyhurst because it felt likeI chose Mercyhurst because it felt like a home when I visited, everyone was friendly and inviting. After being here for two years, I love this place and it is definitely a home. I wouldRead reviewPublic HealthMercyhurst University Reviews
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    I wanted to combat some of the negativeI wanted to combat some of the negative reviews. Your education at GTC is the same as anywhere else: what you get out of it is equal to what you put in. I sought outRead reviewPublic HealthGwinnett Technical College Reviews
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    Do NOT come to this school.Do NOT come to this school. They entice you with the Women with Children Program. I am a single parent and that is why I came. I quickly found out that they DO NOT haveRead reviewPublic HealthWilson College Reviews
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    If you are actually interested in workingIf you are actually interested in working in the field of public health do not select this school. I have reached out to the department and the career services there and 3 years later IRead reviewPublic HealthThomas Jefferson University Reviews
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