By the numbers

Class of 2019 Report

I n the class of 2019, 93.5% of graduates are employed full-time, enrolled in graduate school or pursuing post-graduate and fellowship experiences.

Top employment fields

CAREER FIELD

COUNT

% OF EMPLOYED RESPONDENTS

Engineering

52

16.5%

Finance/Banking

34

10.8%

Healthcare

27

8.6%

Sales

26

8.3%

Education/Academia

19

6.0%

Research

15

4.8%

Consulting

11

3.5%

Renewables & Environment

11

3.5%

Marketing

10

3.2%

Law

8

2.5%

Athletics

8

2.5%

Employment summary

EMPLOYMENT FIELD

COUNT

PERCENTAGE

Engineering

52

16.5%

Finance/Banking

34

10.8%

Healthcare

27

8.6%

Sales

26

8.3%

Education/Academia

19

6.0%

Research

15

4.8%

Consulting

11

3.5%

Renewables & Environment

11

3.5%

Marketing

10

3.2%

Law/ Legal

8

2.5%

Professional Athlete

8

2.5%

Retail/Merchandising

6

1.9%

Human Resources

5

1.6%

Government (Public Policy /Political Campaigns)

4

1.3%

Insurance

4

1.3%

Staffing and Recruiting

4

1.3%

Technology

4

1.3%

Biotech/Biomedical

3

1.0%

Computer Networking

3

1.0%

Construction

3

1.0%

Information Technology & Services

3

1.0%

Social/Human Services

3

1.0%

Athletics

2

0.6%

Aviation/Aerospace

2

0.6%

Communications

2

0.6%

Energy/Utilities

2

0.6%

Entrepreneur

2

0.6%

Event Planning

2

0.6%

Museum

2

0.6%

Non-profit

2

0.6%

Pharmaceuticals

2

0.6%

Public Relations

2

0.6%

Real Estate

2

0.6%

Veterinary

2

0.6%

Accounting

1

0.3%

Automotive

1

0.3%

Civic & Social Organization

1

0.3%

Cosmetics

1

0.3%

Entertainment

1

0.3%

Information Security Consulting

1

0.3%

International Relations

1

0.3%

Lobbying

1

0.3%

Management Training

1

0.3%

Manufacturing

1

0.3%

Medical School

1

0.3%

Military

1

0.3%

Oil & Energy

1

0.3%

Publishing/Journalism/Editorial

1

0.3%

Data collected, collated and presented by the Office of Institutional Research