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Union College  
9.78.38.88.96
B+ 8.0
2
Hobart William Smith Colleges  
8.78.38.48.211
B+ 7.8
3
State University of New York College - Geneseo  
9.38.18.88.07
B+ 7.8
4
Cornell University  
8.67.78.48.79
B+ 7.5
5
University of Rochester  
8.48.48.56.211
B+ 7.5
6
LIU Post  
9.16.28.78.77
B+ 7.4
7
Vassar College  
9.58.89.07.84
B+ 7.4
8
University Buffalo  
8.57.48.48.29
B+ 7.4
9
St Lawrence University  
9.48.88.39.24
B+ 7.4
10
New York University  
8.17.57.46.217
B 7.3
11
State University of New York College - Potsdam  
9.48.58.47.24
B 7.2
12
Marist College  
7.77.17.47.819
B 7.1
13
State University of New York - New Paltz  
9.09.08.56.54
B 7.0
14
Hamilton College  
10.010.010.09.22
B 6.9
15
Hofstra University  
8.17.98.18.86
B 6.8
16
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute  
10.09.69.69.22
B 6.8
17
Wells College  
8.58.18.37.04
B- 6.5
18
State University of New York Binghamton  
7.06.76.76.322
B- 6.5
19
State University of New York College - Oswego  
8.27.36.78.85
B- 6.4
20
State University of New York Purchase College  
8.78.46.83.54
B- 6.4
21
State University of New York Empire State College  
9.58.59.58.32
B- 6.2
22
Colgate University  
9.29.29.29.22
B- 6.1
23
Syracuse University  
8.77.67.47.83
B- 6.1
24
Canisius College  
9.18.59.39.62
B- 6.0
25
Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts  
7.99.96.19.53
B- 5.9
26
Adelphi University  
7.07.16.47.67
B- 5.9
27
Dowling College  
8.26.17.16.84
B- 5.8
28
Manhattanville College  
6.95.76.77.09
C+ 5.7
29
Rochester Institute of Technology  
8.17.67.08.83
C+ 5.7
30
Ithaca College  
7.37.47.44.95
C+ 5.7
31
Elmira College  
6.66.55.24.810
C+ 5.5
32
Manhattan College  
8.68.57.99.62
C+ 5.5
33
Hartwick College  
7.47.26.67.54
C+ 5.5
34
Yeshiva University  
8.26.47.77.03
C+ 5.5
35
City University of New York John Jay College of Criminal Justice  
6.94.95.06.29
C+ 5.4
36
Fordham University  
5.66.86.87.012
C+ 5.3
37
City University of New York Queens College  
8.78.57.83.62
C+ 5.3
38
United States Military Academy  
9.25.37.85.52
C+ 5.2
39
Mercy College  
6.24.85.24.513
C+ 5.1
40
Niagara University  
6.86.55.56.35
C+ 5.1
41
College of New Rochelle  
6.55.04.46.58
C+ 5.1
42
State University of New York - Oneonta  
6.76.67.67.84
C 5.0
43
Stony Brook University  
6.74.84.93.97
C 5.0
44
Siena College  
6.65.14.75.76
C 4.9
45
College of Staten Island CUNY  
8.64.65.46.92
C 4.6
46
Wagner College  
6.16.04.84.34
C- 4.0
47
Alfred University  
7.04.91.87.93
C- 4.0
48
Iona College  
6.94.16.75.23
C- 4.0
49
City University of New York Hunter College  
5.25.45.04.36
C- 3.8
50
Pace University - New York  
4.34.46.65.19
C- 3.6

 

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Psychology Major unemployment rate

_PsychologyAll Majors
Unemployed%7%7
Minimum Wage%2%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 Psychology?

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 Psychology 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 Psychology

Still in Field%61
Got out%39
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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