The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy’s sixth annual Career Outcomes Report showcases strong, historic post-graduation employment data.

Despite headwinds presented by multiple seasons of stark variance in the labor market, 91 percent of the class of 2021 reported accepting a job offer within 3 months of graduation and the class of 2022 is remarkably well-prepared for the job market.

"The relationship between employers and workers is quickly changing. Talent is a company’s most precious resource, and talent from the Harris School brings clear-eyed, analytical approaches to decision making that are deeply-rooted in collaboration, making work more manageable, meaningful, and sustainable." 

Nick Fahnders, Director of Career Readiness

A Quantitative Difference

Harris graduates are passionate, driven, and committed to positive change. Rigorous coursework in microeconomics, statistics, and analytical politics equips students with the quantitative and analytical skills to evaluate and recommend sound policies in a variety of contexts.

Explore our archive of previous career outcomes reports.

Career Development Office