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First Destination 6-9 Month Out Graduation Survey

2014-15

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Select the 2014-15 6-9 month out graduation report you wish to view from the list below.  The data collection represents over 60% (665 respondents) of the initial survey response and is both undergraduate and graduate school alumni.
-665 (of the 1107 that initially completed survey) responses collected equals a 60.07% response rate.

2014-15 May Graduates:  (both graduate and undergraduate)

● Employment Information:

  1. Most Likely Principal Activity by Major  (full-time, part-time employment, graduate school, military, etc.)
  2. Most Likely Principal Activity by School  (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  3. Employment Location by State
  4. Employment Location by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  5. Employment or Further Education of Respondents (lists employers and graduate schools by major.

● Salary Information:

  1. Salary Statistics by Major (Includes only those reporting full-time employment)
  2. Salary Statistics by School (Fulton, Henson, Perdue, Seidel) (Includes only those reporting full-time employment)
  3. Salary Statistics By Employer Type
  4. Salary Statistics By Career Field

● Job Satisfaction Information:

  1. Job Satisfaction by Major
  2. Job Satisfaction by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  3. Job Satisfaction by Major 
  4. Job Satisfaction by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)


● Graduate School Information:

  1. Percent of Students Continuing Education by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)

● Internship Information:

  1. Percent of Internships by Major
  2. Percent of Internships by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  3. Percent of Students With or Without Internships by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  4. Internship Detail by Major  (lists major and the actual employer where the internship was conducted)
  5. Internship Detail by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  6. Internship Hourly Salaries by Major
  7. Internship Hourly Salaries by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)

Time of Job Acceptance:

  1. Time of Job Acceptance by Major
  2. Time of Job Acceptance by School  (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)

Notes and Summary:

  • May 2014 there was 12.88% of the graduating students employed full-time in a career-related position
  • March 2015 there are 57.7% of those students employed full-time in a career-related position
  • May 2014 there was 44.98% of the graduating students still seeking full-time career-related employment
  • March 2015 there was 25.56% of those graduating students still seeking full-time career-related employment
  • May 2014 there was 14.73% of the graduating students going to graduate school full-time
  • March 2015 there was 10.98% of the graduating students going to graduate school full-time
  • May 2014 there was 18.05% of the graduating students working in a summer employment position
  • March 2015 there was 3.01% of the graduating students still working in a summer employment position
  • May 2014 the mean average salary for all majors was $45,438 (due to majors already employed have higher salaries like accounting, nursing, etc.)
  • March 2015 the mean average salary for all majors was $42,395

 

2014-15 May Graduates:  (graduate students only)

● Employment Information:

  1. Most Likely Principal Activity by Major  (full-time, part-time employment, graduate school, military, etc.)
  2. Most Likely Principal Activity by School  (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  3. Employment Location by State
  4. Employment Location by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  5. Employment or Further Education of Respondents (lists employers and graduate schools by major.

● Salary Information:

  1. Salary Statistics by Major (Includes only those reporting full-time employment)
  2. Salary Statistics by School (Fulton, Henson, Perdue, Seidel) (Includes only those reporting full-time employment)
  3. Salary Statistics By Employer Type
  4. Salary Statistics By Career Field

● Job Satisfaction Information:

  1. Job Satisfaction by Major
  2. Job Satisfaction by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  3. Job Satisfaction by Major 
  4. Job Satisfaction by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)


● Graduate School Information:

  1. Percent of Students Continuing Education by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)

● Internship Information:

  1. Percent of Internships by Major
  2. Percent of Internships by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  3. Percent of Students With or Without Internships by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  4. Internship Detail by Major  (lists major and the actual employer where the internship was conducted)
  5. Internship Detail by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)
  6. Internship Hourly Salaries by Major
  7. Internship Hourly Salaries by School (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)

Time of Job Acceptance:

  1. Time of Job Acceptance by Major
  2. Time of Job Acceptance by School  (Perdue, Fulton, Seidel, Henson)

Notes:
Progression of Phases:
1st Stage-April-2014 - First Destination Graduation Survey-1059 Responses out of 1410 total graduates May 2014. This gives us a 75.1% Return on number of students surveyed
-81 Graduate Students
-1026 Undergraduate Students
-1107 Total Students Completed Survey
Notes:
-12.88% employed full-time
-14.73% going to graduate or professional school
-18.05% employed in summer part-time work
-44.98% still seeking full-time employment

2nd Stage-HEPData-October 2014-Cost $750-344 Responses out of 1059. 32.4% return on number of students who initially completed the first destination survey
Notes:
1/349 Unemployed
240/349 Employed full-time
12/349 Going to graduate or professional school
57/349 Employed in summer part-time work
39/349 Have internships (unaware if paid or unpaid)

3rd Stage-December 2014-6 Month Follow-up Survey via GullNet:
-All 1410 graduates were emailed survey to go into GullNet and complete the survey-The first email went out as an email from the Deans.
-Deans Email-December 15, 2014-22 responses
-Career Services Email-December 19, 2014-12 Responses=34 total via GullNet Survey

4th Stage-January 2015-6 Month Follow-up Survey via Survey Monkey:
-The first email was sent Januarys 5th and we got 42 responses (I have to make all questions required to keep it in order)
-The second email was sent January 12, 2015 and we got an additional 29 responses
-Total was 71 for 2 emails-we should use this and not GullNet-Don’t have alumni try to remember usernames and passwords

5th Stage-March 9, 2015-Using Gull Net and LinkedIn to gather the rest:
-We used it and entered the remaining 100 plus needed for 60%
- Here are the steps to finding alumni on LinkedIn
• Up at the top of page go to the search bar
• On the left side click on the drop-down and select “Universities”
• Type in “Salisbury University” in the search bar
• Click on “Students and Alumni” in the middle of the page
• Where is says “Attended-month-year” change that drop-down to “Graduated” and “You must type in the year”
• Type in the “name of the person” in the search bar

 

 

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