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Marist College  
9.08.18.08.623
A- 8.4
2
Cornell University  
8.78.48.68.926
A- 8.3
3
University of Rochester  
9.37.68.37.09
B+ 7.9
4
Siena College  
8.67.68.28.214
B+ 7.8
5
Niagara University  
9.98.68.29.04
B+ 7.7
6
Iona College  
9.77.67.58.15
B+ 7.6
7
Hamilton College  
8.57.77.88.19
B+ 7.4
8
Columbia University in the City of New York  
9.06.96.98.47
B 7.3
9
Vassar College  
8.48.88.48.56
B 7.2
10
Oakwood University  
9.78.58.59.53
B 7.1
11
State University of New York Binghamton  
7.77.17.37.416
B 7.0
12
State University of New York College - Geneseo  
7.76.86.77.120
B 7.0
13
Canisius College  
9.29.29.610.03
B 6.9
14
Colgate University  
9.29.28.98.73
B 6.8
15
Stony Brook University  
7.46.87.26.522
B 6.8
16
Syracuse University  
8.27.08.08.07
B 6.8
17
Union College  
8.37.97.45.86
B 6.7
18
Hofstra University  
8.47.28.24.76
B 6.6
19
Le Moyne College  
9.07.18.26.84
B 6.6
20
New York University  
7.37.17.06.316
B 6.6
21
St Bonaventure University  
7.79.97.77.65
B- 6.5
22
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute  
7.16.57.06.713
B- 6.3
23
City University of New York John Jay College of Criminal Justice  
9.66.65.27.33
B- 6.3
24
State University of New York - Albany  
8.47.17.97.14
B- 6.3
25
St Lawrence University  
7.66.17.96.47
B- 6.2
26
State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry  
7.47.25.89.36
B- 6.1
27
State University of New York College - Oswego  
7.37.87.96.85
B- 5.9
28
Fordham University  
6.55.76.26.914
C+ 5.7
29
Hobart William Smith Colleges  
6.45.66.05.38
C+ 5.2
30
City University of New York City College  
9.05.37.67.52
C+ 5.1
31
Pace University - New York  
6.36.76.46.75
C 4.9
32
Wells College  
6.68.39.36.93
C 4.8
33
Touro College  
7.55.37.86.63
C 4.8
34
State University of New York - Oneonta  
6.47.57.75.74
C 4.8
35
LIU Brooklyn  
5.96.16.26.07
C 4.8
36
St John's University New York  
6.14.56.14.98
C 4.8
37
Hartwick College  
7.17.77.03.43
C 4.7
38
Marymount Manhattan College  
6.86.48.85.83
C 4.5
39
Rochester Institute of Technology  
4.64.85.14.915
C- 4.1
40
City University of New York Hunter College  
5.74.47.73.85
C- 4.0
41
University Buffalo  
6.52.04.95.05
C- 4.0
42
Skidmore College  
7.17.26.46.32
C- 3.9
43
Manhattan College  
5.63.37.54.25
C- 3.7
44
Clarkson University  
4.44.85.74.68
C- 3.5
45
State University of New York College - Cortland  
6.08.56.66.52
D+ 3.4
46
Adelphi University  
4.16.57.46.25
D+ 3.3
47
Elmira College  
4.54.54.14.75
D+ 2.9
48
State University of New York Purchase College  
4.08.23.97.93
D 2.6
49
Farmingdale State College  
6.90.80.81.52
D 2.1
50
State University of New York College - Plattsburgh  
5.05.03.16.42
D- 1.8

 

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Biology Major unemployment rate

_BiologyAll Majors
Unemployed%6%7
Minimum Wage%4%4
All Others%90%88
More: Unemployment for all Majors *** not counting stay at home parents *** not counting those currently in grad school

Are things going well in Biology?

Going Well%88
Not Going Well%12
More: All Majors Satisfaction ??? This is a social "life satisfaction" question. Overall, would people who graduated with a degree in Biology 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 Biology

Still in Field%65
Got out%35
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

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