Study: Class of 2013 Finding Success After Graduation
Six months out, alumni are engaged in a variety of careers and pursuits
EVANSTON, Ill. --- Four out of five members of Northwestern University’s Class of 2013 are either employed or continuing their education on a full-time basis six months after graduation. In addition, starting salaries for those employed full time averaged almost $50,000 per year.
This is according to a new study from University Career Services, part of Northwestern’s Division of Student Affairs. The study questioned more than 1,000 Class of 2013 alumni spanning all seven of the University’s colleges and schools offering bachelor’s degrees.
For more, including information on alumni location, career areas and graduate and professional school selections, see: “The Undergraduate Class of 2013 -- Beyond Northwestern. First Destination Study Highlights Six Months After Graduation.”