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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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4966 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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    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2009Still in Major? No
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    Gender: FemaleGraduation Year: 2009Still in Major? No

    Neuroscience/Cognitive Science Major unemployment rate

    _Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceAll Majors
    Unemployed%0%8
    Minimum Wage%4%4
    All Others%96%87
    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%64
    Not Going Well%36
    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%52
    Got out%48
    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
    The level of difficulty definitely dependsThe level of difficulty definitely depends on your major. Pre-med, neural science will kick your ass whereas English or Philosophy are more relaxed (fantastic professors I hear…).Read reviewNeuroscience/CognitiNew York University Reviews
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    George Mason University is great.George Mason University is great. In terms of socializing, groups, and activities. Although it is a commuter school, I've heard the campus is dead on Friday's and weekends. Food is okay. Facility varies from eachRead reviewNeuroscience/CognitiGeorge Mason University Reviews
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    The quality of education at Millsaps is wellThe quality of education at Millsaps is well above average. You can ask just about anyone that attended, and they'll say the same. The campus is also very liberal and diverse in some sense, butRead reviewNeuroscience/CognitiMillsaps 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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    All the faculty are very good- they giveAll the faculty are very good- they give quality lectures and are really informed about what they teach. In the sciences, at least, the courses are rigorous and interesting, although there is of course varietyRead reviewNeuroscience/CognitiDrake University Reviews
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