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The Art Institute of Seattle

13 Alums took the salary survey

AIS/AIO-Seattle Alumni Salary over Time

The Art Institute of Seattle Salary over time
AIS/AIO-Seattle Salaries
AIS/AIO-Seattle Careers

AIS/AIO-Seattle Salaries

$34,998Starting Annual Salary
$48,18210 Year Annual Salary

Said that AIS/AIO-Seattle contributed

0.00%75-100% to their career success
7.69%50-75% to their career success
0.00%25-50% to their career success
92.31%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

23.08%Self Employed
0.00%Top Management
15.38%White Collar workers
7.69%Pink Collar workers
38.46%Blue Collar workers
0.00%Entry Level employees
15.38%Unemployed.

Life Satisfaction

38.46%Are satisfied with their current job.
38.46%Said things are generally going well.
7.69%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation2.4
Preparedness for Real world3
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Sales (5), Operator (4), Sewing (4), Retail (4), Machine (4),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.
14.3%
... Upon graduation, I was immediately offered a job in my intended career field, and moved to south ...Read full comment
... I am amazed that anyone would want to work at AI making the promises that are made and keeping up the front of being able to get employment for s...Read full comment
... Poor professors and poor quality students give it a horrible reputation and you are better off telling employers that you have not attended there...Read full comment
... ) One can graduate w/o knowing how to get signal flow through a mixing board ( I witnessed this first hand, some people in my graduating class w...Read full comment
... I went to the Art Institute seeking to find a way to fast track myself into a career without having to waste time fulfilling electives at a 4-year...Read full comment
... I feel fully prepared to enter the job market and I Ai has some of the best ties to employers in the industry of any other Art School, that's why...Read full comment
... The school turned me off to my desired career simply because I could not imagine having to work with these people or simply be associated with th...Read full comment
... The bottom line is the real world, so plan and use your time wisely at these places if you choose to go ...Read full comment
... We are researching the educational opportunities available to people in the Pacific Northwest and you have been offered to participate in this st...Read full comment
... I found the the educational value to be somewhat like my bartendending school (your next employer will want to retrain you) ...Read full comment
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