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INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC: Overall placement of 2010-11 MU graduates at 75 percent

Monday, April 30, 2012 | 4:56 p.m. CDT; updated 8:05 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, May 1, 2012
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The MU Division of Enrollment Management conducts a destination study survey every year. Below is a summary of the results of the most recent survey of fall 2010 and spring and summer 2011 graduates. The overall placement rate is calculated by taking the sum of the number of graduates continuing education, not seeking employment and those who are employed and dividing it by the number of those who responded to the survey.

The MU Division of Enrollment Management conducts a destination study survey every year.

The average full-time annual salary was $44,700 and the overall placement rate was 75 percent.

The overall placement rate is calculated by taking the sum of the number of graduates continuing education, not seeking employment and those who are employed and dividing it by the number of those who responded to the survey.

Of all the graduates of fall 2010 and spring and summer 2011 who are employed, 91 percent are employed in a field related to their degree.

Of all the areas of study surveyed, those who graduated from the medical school received the highest overall placement rate at 100 percent. Of the undergraduate fields, those who graduated from the nursing school had the highest percentage employed at 97 percent.


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