The Office of Assessment is pleased to announce the results of the Spring 2015 Career and Salary Survey.
The survey was administered online to 2,663 BS- and MS-level students scheduled to graduate in the Spring semester.
A total of 1,154 students completed the survey for a response rate of 44.4%. The BS-level response rate was 50.9%, while the MS-level response rate was 29.2%. The survey results are representative of the GT graduating population by gender, ethnicity, college, and citizenship.
Among the highlights from the Spring 2015 survey:
- The percentage of job-seeking Georgia Tech BS recipients who reported employment at graduation was 73.7%, up from 63.4% in Spring 2011.
- Placement among job-seeking Master’s degree recipients has remained stable for the past three years; 70.2% in Spring 2015.
- Median reported salaries for Georgia Tech graduates have increased to $65,000 for BS recipients in Spring 2015 compared to $60,350 in Spring 2011.
- Median salary for MS recipients was $80,000 compared to $75,000 in Spring 2011.
- Of the Georgia Tech BS graduates, 19% plan to pursue further education, down from 25% pursuing further education in Spring 2011.
- Over 85% of responding students would “probably” or “definitely” select Georgia Tech again, and 83% would recommend their programs to future students who want to major in their fields.
Detailed results of the survey are available in the Office of Assessment’s survey data warehouse: http://www.adors.gatech.edu. Students may access the salary reports at: https://webapps.gatech.edu/cfcampus/adors/commencement/salary_report.cfm.
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