The likelihood of a student getting a job offer increased with the frequency of career center use:
- Students who used the career center four or more times a semester were more likely to have job offers than those who used it once a semester
Use of career services resulted in higher median salaries, and median salaries climbed with increased use.
- There was a difference in median salary of more than $5,700 between students from the Class of 2010 who never went to career services ($35,978) and those who went four or more times per semester ($41,714).
- Students who went to career services once per semester had a median starting salary of $37,020, while the median salary for those who went two or three times per semester was $37,898.
- major/career direction
- resume and resume writing
- interview skills
- job search preparation / skills
- connect with employers and job postings
- salary negotiation
- graduate school preparation
303 Mary Martin Hall: Monday - Friday, noon - 4 p.m.
Student Center, Near Foy Information Desk, Monday - Thursday, 9 - 11 a.m.
Colleges: Call 844.4744 to learn when a career counselor is in your college
Call 844.4744 to schedule an appointment