Each year, Career Services compiles outcomes data on USD students completing an undergraduate degree. This year, the data gathered from multiple sources reflects the initial career destinations for those who graduated between August 2013 and May 2014.
What are the graduates doing? The majority of those who responded to the survey chose employment immediately after graduation.
|11%||Enrolled in graduate or professional school (graph)|
|3%||Seeking employment or education|
|1%||Travel, volunteer work, personal commitments|
Over 60% of the employed respondents received a job offer before graduating.
|Received First Job Offer|
|29%||Within three months after graduating|
|8%||Four to six months after graduating|
|1%||More than six months after graduating|
Of those respondents employed full time, 36% shared their annual salaries.
|Range:||$20,000 – $96,000|
Although most graduates chose employment immediately after graduation, 62% of those currently employed full time expect to return to graduate school at some time in the future.
|Plans for Further Education|
|13%||Are actively applying to graduate or professional school|
|49%||Plan to enroll in the next few years|
|38%||Have no immediate plans for further education|