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Neuroscience/Cognitive Science Salary

This table shows the average salary over time for the people who graduated with
a major in Neuroscience/Cognitive Science. 
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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5080 Alums have graciously made themselves available for you to contact with questions or for advice.

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  • Physician
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1999 Still in Major? No
  • Science Content Specialist
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 2007Still in Major? Yes
     
  • Ph.D. Graduate Student
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2003Still in Major? Yes
     
  • Professor Of Psychiatry
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1981 Still in Major? Yes
     
  • Director
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2005Still in Major? No
     
  • CEO
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 1998 Still in Major? Yes
     
  • CEO
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 1998 Still in Major? Yes
     
  • Ta
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2010Still in Major? No
     
  • Quality Assurance
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 2010Still in Major? Yes
     
  • None.
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 2013Still in Major? Yes
     
  • Researcher
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 2014Still in Major? Yes
     
  • Researcher
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 2014Still in Major? Yes
  • Accountant
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 2012Still in Major? No
     
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    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1963 Still in Major? Yes
     
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    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2004Still in Major? No
     
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    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1968 Still in Major? Yes
     
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    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1984 Still in Major? No
     
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    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 1966 Still in Major? Yes
     
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    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1976 Still in Major? Yes
     
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    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1959 Still in Major? No
     
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    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 1979 Still in Major? No
     
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    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 2002Still in Major? No
     
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    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1954 Still in Major? Yes
     
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    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2005Still in Major? No
     
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    Gender: MaleGraduation Year: 1959 Still in Major? Yes
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    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 1996 Still in Major? No
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  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2009Still in Major? No
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  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2009Still in Major? No
     
  • Research Scientist
  •    (Neuroscience/Cognitive Science)
    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2016Still in Major? Yes

    Neuroscience/Cognitive Science Major unemployment rate

    _Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceAll Majors
    Unemployed%0%9
    Minimum Wage%4%4
    All Others%96%86
    More: Unemployment for all Majors *** not counting stay at home parents *** not counting those currently in grad school

    Are things going well in Neuroscience/Cognitive Science?

    Going Well %65
    Not Going Well %35
    More: All Majors Satisfaction ??? This is a social "life satisfaction" question. Overall, would people who graduated with a degree in Neuroscience/Cognitive Science 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 Neuroscience/Cognitive Science

    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
    I completely concur with prior positive commentsI completely concur with prior positive comments and would ignore the negative ones. Bowdoin is beyond anything I imagined. I have three more years ahead of me and am already sad when they will beRead reviewNeuroscience/CognitiBowdoin College Reviews
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    My first undergrad degree did not help meMy first undergrad degree did not help me, everyone said the major I chose would lead me to a great career as a PhD. They were very wrong. A PhD with my major can barelyRead reviewNeuroscience/CognitiSimmons College Reviews
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    Fantastic. Penn is the ideal college campus. ItFantastic. Penn is the ideal college campus. It has a large, but continuous campus which feels very collegiate, small and isolated, but is also located a few minutes from the second largest city on theRead reviewNeuroscience/CognitiThe University of Pennsylvania Reviews
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    I love Case. Been here almost a yearI love Case. Been here almost a year, and am secure in that it was the right choice for me. I am a Computer Science and Cognitive Science double major finishing up my first year.Read reviewNeuroscience/CognitiCase Western Reserve University Reviews
    2
    St. Lawrence University is a wonderful college setSt. Lawrence University is a wonderful college set in the peaceful town of Canton, NY. The campus is beautiful - lots of open, green space instead of an endless sea of concrete. The campus isRead reviewNeuroscience/CognitiSt Lawrence University Reviews
    3