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2021 Career Outcomes Report
Data is accurate as of printed publication date.
The Harris Career Development Office surveyed students in the Class of 2020 in an exit survey at the time of graduation, with a follow-up survey six months after graduation. Of the 370 students who graduated between July 2019 and June 2020, 306 (83 percent) reported employment information. Data in this report is based on survey results from responding graduates, as well as other sources. Out of the 306 respondents, 281 (92 percent) sought employment and 25 did not seek employment for reasons such as continuing education or starting a company. Out of 281 graduates seeking employment, 263 (94 percent) accepted employment.
Salaries by Sector
Of the graduates who accepted employment offers, 197 graduates (75 percent) reported salary information. Two of these 197 graduates were omitted from the chart above because the graduate’s salary reflected part-time employment, and twenty-three of these 197 graduates were omitted from the chart above because their compensation was for an internship or fellowship.
The calculation of maximum salary is among MPP students and excludes dual and joint degree graduates.