UGA Salary Data
- UGA Career Outcomes Survey:
The purpose of the Career Outcomes Survey is to provide insight into the employment status or continuing education plans for University of Georgia graduates (Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate) within an average of 6 months of their graduation date. Additionally, the survey provides detailed employment information, salary statistics, and graduate school information. These statistical reports constitute the only centralized employment data collection for The University of Georgia and are used by current students, employers, departments, and other stakeholders. Data from our survey is published in the UGA Fact Book and reported to various organizations that rank colleges, such as US News and World Report. Finally, the Career Outcomes Survey provides graduates with an opportunity to recognize UGA Faculty and Staff who have greatly influenced their career path or decision making.
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Click here for an overview of the UGA Career Outcomes Survey.
Click here to view salary data (from the UGA Career Outcomes Survey) by major
Additional Salary Data
- NACE Salary Survey Data:
Current starting salary data for college graduates across the country is available through NACE’s Salary Survey (a guide for setting competitive salaries at the critical entry level).
- Occupational Outlook Handbook:
Provides career and salary information for approximately 250 occupations.
- Quintessential Careers:
Provides a variety of resources and links for job seekers including resources on the web about salary negotiation.
- JobStar Central:
Provides links to over 300 salary surveys and tips on salary negotiation.