Every year the Career Center surveys graduating seniors about their general post-graduation plans, and attains more specific information if they have secured a job (including job title and salary) or been accepted into a graduate/professional degree program. Each survey year includes the August, December, and May graduating cohorts for that survey year.
This data is designed to provide students, alumni, and employers with critical data about where Cal students go after graduation. As expected, college major does not restrict the employment or graduate school options that Cal students pursue. The profiles provide an impressive overview of the diverse interests and achievements of recent graduates from UC Berkeley.
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2017 -- NEW!
Description of the reports:
Campus Overview – Breakdown by college of graduates employed full-time, attending graduate school, seeking employment, etc.
Employment Profile – Breakdown by employment sector, when student began job search, how obtained employment, job offers, and geographic destinations.
Graduate & Professional School Profile – Breakdown by college of graduate degree sought, profiles of Cal grads attending medical and law school, and campus and national acceptance rates for medical school and law school.
What Can I Do With a Major In...? – Profiles of 79 majors from six of the UC Berkeley colleges (exception: majors that had insufficient data to create a profile). The reports detail what choices graduates made, and illustrate that college majors rarely restrict students' career or graduate school options. All information is presented in composite, aggregate form.
Salary Information – Average salaries for graduating seniors in each major are reported as a part of the What Can I Do With a Major In...? pages as long as a minimum of five individuals have included it in their survey responses.