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1 2011 GRADUATE SURVEY RESULTS Bachelor's Degree Recipients TOTAL NUMBER OF GRADUATES SURVEYED Questionnaires: Not returned Not delivered by post office Returned by graduate Responding graduates currently: Working Attending or waiting to attend school Unemployed % % % % % % 7 4% 18 4% 38 4% 47 25% % % 41 87% 99 83% % 7 15% 27 23% 44 20% 9 19% 18 15% 36 16% Master's Degree Recipients TOTAL NUMBER OF GRADUATES SURVEYED Questionnaires: Not returned Not delivered by post office Returned by graduate Responding graduates currently: Working Attending or waiting to attend school Unemployed % % % 9 43% % % 4 2% 5 2% 12 57% 94 43% % % 93 99% 96 96% 10 11% 12 12% Doctoral Degree Recipients TOTAL NUMBER OF GRADUATES SURVEYED Questionnaires: Not returned Not delivered by post office Returned by graduate Responding graduates currently: Working Attending or waiting to attend school Unemployed Subsequent tables for doctoral degree recipients are not included because of the low number of respondents. 1

2 DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY - Bachelor's Degree Recipients Working JOB IS: Full-time, career field, permanent Full-time, career field, will change Full-time, outside career field Full-time, temporary Part-time 16 40% 48 49% 60 35% 8 20% 20 21% 44 26% 4 10% 7 7% 24 14% 7 18% 10 10% 20 12% 5 12% 12 12% 23 13% WORK IS: Definitely beneath my level Somewhat beneath my level At an appropriate level At too advanced a level 8 20% 17 18% 40 24% 12 30% 21 22% 44 26% 20 50% 58 60% 84 50% ATTENDING SCHOOL? Yes, related to UW education Yes, career related, new area Yes, not career related No 1 2% 12 12% 13 7% 1 2% 5 5% 16 9% 3 2% 39 95% 79 82% % MONTHLY INCOME: JOB LOCATION: Under $ Over $6000 King, Pierce, Snohomish Other Washington counties Alaska, Idaho, Oregon California, Hawaii Mountain states Central states Eastern states International 3 8% 8 8% 17 10% 6 15% 10 10% 21 12% 7 18% 10 10% 22 13% 4 10% 8 8% 23 13% 6 15% 12 12% 23 13% 4 10% 8 8% 13 8% 3 8% 12 12% 15 9% 3 8% 5 5% 9 5% 1 3% 6 6% 7 4% 6 6% 6 3% 1 3% 3 2% 1 3% 9 9% 13 8% 31 84% 82 90% % 4 11% 7 8% 12 7% 1 3% 4 2% 1 3% 2 1% 2 1% JOB SEARCH: Newspaper ads The Internet Professional organization Employment agency Faculty advisor or committee Networking/personal contacts UW Center for Career Services 2 4% 8 4% 15 31% 33 30% 66 35% 3 6% 6 6% 11 6% 3 6% 6 6% 7 4% 1 2% 3 2% 21 44% 52 48% 85 45% 3 6% 7 6% 8 4% 2

3 Attending School LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM: Bachelor's Terminal Master Master's/PhD Professional Vocational Other ARE YOU ALSO EMPLOYED? Yes, by the school Yes, other part-time Yes, other full-time No 2 100% 8 42% 10 30% 2 11% 2 6% 8 42% 16 48% 2 6% 1 3% 1 5% 2 6% 4 17% 7 18% 2 8% 3 8% 2 40% 5 21% 7 18% 3 60% 13 54% 23 58% Unemployed REASON NOT Volunteering WORKING Raising a family Taking care of an ill relative Traveling, etc. Looking for work Deciding what to do Taking time off Disillusioned about job search 1 6% 2 6% 1 11% 2 12% 6 18% 1 6% 2 6% 5 56% 7 44% 11 33% 1 11% 1 6% 3 9% 1 6% 3 9% 2 22% 3 19% 6 18% 3

4 STUDENT INVOLVEMENT - Bachelor's Degree Recipients During the past year, how many hours each month, on average, did you devoted to volunteer work or a community action program? None 23 50% 57 49% % % 25 22% 50 23% % 9 8% 14 6% % 9 8% 23 11% Over % 16 14% 30 14% In the past year, approximately how much have you contrubuted monetarily to charities or philanthropies? Less than $ % 61 54% % $ % 17 15% 33 15% $ % 10 9% 17 8% $ % 11 10% 13 6% Over $ % 15 13% 25 12% If I had to make my college choice over again, I would choose to attend UW. Strongly disagree Disagree Indifferent Agree Strongly agree 3 7% 10 9% 17 8% 3 1% 4 9% 5 4% 12 6% 15 34% 36 31% 74 34% 22 50% 62 54% % While a UW student, did you participate in: Yes No Yes No Yes No Community volunteer service (outside of UW) Community service as part of a UW course (Service learning) A public service internship or other workbased learning (for credit or pay) Faculty research beyond being a research subject How has your participation contributed to your preparation and success in your current primary activity? No contribution Small contribution Moderate contribution Strong contribution Mean S.D. Volunteer Service Service Learning Internship/Work-based Faculty Research

5 STUDENT OUTCOMES - Bachelor's Degree Recipients YOUR SKILLS: Rate yourself on each of the following abilities. Poor Fair Good Very Good Excellent Mean S.D. Writing effectively Speaking effectively Critically analyzing written information Defining and solving problems Working and/or learning independently Working cooperatively in a group Using a foreign language Understanding and appreciating the arts Understanding and applying scientific principles and methods Understanding and applying quantitative principles and methods Understanding and appreciating diverse philosophies and cultures Understanding the interaction of society and the environment Working effectively with modern technology, especially computers Locating information needed to help make decisions or solve problems Using knowledge, ideas, or perspectives gained from major field Using knowledge, ideas, or perspectives gained outside major Using management/leadership capabilities Recognizing your responsibilities, rights and privileges as a citizen

6 STUDENT OUTCOMES - Bachelor's Degree Recipients NECESSITY: How important are each of these abilities to your current primary activity? Not Important Somewhat Important Important Very Important Essential Mean S.D. Writing effectively Speaking effectively Critically analyzing written information Defining and solving problems Working and/or learning independently Working cooperatively in a group Using a foreign language Understanding and appreciating the arts Understanding and applying scientific principles and methods Understanding and applying quantitative principles and methods Understanding and appreciating diverse philosophies and cultures Understanding the interaction of society and the environment Working effectively with modern technology, especially computers Locating information needed to help make decisions or solve problems Using knowledge, ideas, or perspectives gained from major field Using knowledge, ideas, or perspectives gained outside major Using management/leadership capabilities Recognizing your responsibilities, rights and privileges as a citizen

7 STUDENT OUTCOMES - Bachelor's Degree Recipients SATISFACTION: How satisfied are you with the University of Washington's contribution to your development in each area? Not at all Little Somewhat Mostly Very Mean S.D. Writing effectively Speaking effectively Critically analyzing written information Defining and solving problems Working and/or learning independently Working cooperatively in a group Using a foreign language Understanding and appreciating the arts Understanding and applying scientific principles and methods Understanding and applying quantitative principles and methods Understanding and appreciating diverse philosophies and cultures Understanding the interaction of society and the environment Working effectively with modern technology, especially computers Locating information needed to help make decisions or solve problems Using knowledge, ideas, or perspectives gained from major field Using knowledge, ideas, or perspectives gained outside major Using management/leadership capabilities Recognizing your responsibilities, rights and privileges as a citizen

8 STUDENT OUTCOMES - Bachelor's Degree Recipients In general, how satisfied are you with your UW education with regard to each of the following? Not at all Little Somewhat Mostly Very Mean S.D. Quality of instruction in your major field Quality of instruction outside of your major field Interaction with faculty outside of the classroom Assistance by faculty in pursuing your career Assistance in finding employment Academic advising Your readiness for a career Your readiness for advanced education

9 DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY - Master's Degree Recipients Working JOB IS: Full-time, career field, permanent Full-time, career field, will change Full-time, outside career field Full-time, temporary Part-time 8 67% 60 66% 60 64% 3 25% 14 15% 15 16% 5 5% 1 8% 9 10% 10 11% WORK IS: Definitely beneath my level Somewhat beneath my level At an appropriate level At too advanced a level 1 8% 9 10% 10 11% 6 50% 17 18% 17 18% 5 42% 66 72% 68 72% ATTENDING SCHOOL? Yes, post-graduate in my degree Yes, career related, new area Yes, not career related No 9 10% 11 12% % 77 85% 78 83% MONTHLY INCOME: JOB LOCATION: Under $500 $ Over $4500 King, Pierce, Snohomish Other Washington counties Alaska, Idaho, Oregon California, Hawaii Mountain states Central states Eastern states International 7 8% 7 7% 8 9% 9 9% 10 11% 10 11% 2 17% 17 18% 17 18% 8 9% 9 9% 3 25% 16 17% 16 17% 7 58% 20 22% 20 21% 10 83% 70 79% 72 79% 2 17% 15 17% 15 16% JOB SEARCH: Newspaper ads World wide web/internet Employment agency Professional organization Faculty advisor or committee 2 25% 3 4% 3 4% 4 50% 42 57% 42 55% 2 3% 2 3% 2 25% 22 30% 22 29% 5 7% 7 9% 9

10 DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY - Master's Degree Recipients Attending School LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM: Undergraduate Master's Doctoral Professional Vocational Other ARE YOU ALSO EMPLOYED? Yes, by the school Yes, other part-time Yes, other full-time No 8 100% 1 12% 1 12% 6 75% % 1 10% 1 10% 1 10% 7 70% Unemployed LOOKING FOR WORK? Yes, career field only Yes, any field Yes, may be temporary No, traveling, etc. No, deciding what to do No, not at present 2 67% 1 33% 2 50% 1 25% 1 25% TYPE OF EMPLOYER - Master's Degree Recipients (for profit) (not for profit) Education (K-12) Education (post-secondary) Univ/college tenure-track faculty Univ/college non-tenure-track faculty Univ/college research or administrative Postdoctoral appointment Government agency Industry Law firm Medical faculty Military Private practice Self-employed Social service agency Other 8 67% 13 14% 13 14% 3 25% 6 7% 6 6% 40 44% 41 43% 1 8% 9 10% 9 9% 9 10% 9 9% 10

11 STUDENT OUTCOMES - Master's Degree Recipients How satisfied are you with the University of Washington's contribution to your professional and academic growth in each of the following areas? Not at all Little Somewhat Mostly Very Mean S.D. Writing effectively in your field Speaking effectively in your field Critically analyzing technical writing from your field Learning independently Critically analyzing the research literature from your field Applying research to problems in your field Applying quantitative principles and methods to problems in your field Defining and solving problems in your field Working cooperatively in a group Preparing for a career Preparing for furthering your education in your field Understanding differing philosophies and cultures Understanding the interaction of society and the environment Recognizing your responsibilities, rights and privileges as a In general, how satisfied are you with your UW education for this degree with regard to each of the following? Quality of instruction in your major field Quality of instruction outside of your major field Interaction with faculty outside of the classroom Assistance by faculty in pursuing your career Assistance in finding employment Advising and other student services

12 CURRENT ACTIVITY ROSTER Working Job Title Employer BACHELOR'S MASTER'S Permanent in career: Career, change likely: Not career, full-time: Not career, temporary: Part-time: Permanent in career: Career, change likely: Part-time: office Manager Controller Lean Review Specialist Credit Analyst Fiscal Specialist II General Accountant Sr. Performance Analyst Assistant manager Fiscal Analyst 1 Financial Analyst Junior Loan Processor Investment Services Analyst Executive Team Leader Accounting Specialist Shipping Coordinator Internal Auditor Veterans Service Rep Real Estate Broker Accountant Assurance Associate International Support Spec. Sr. Analyst Plumbing Pro Server/barista Line Cook Compliance Analyst Finance Analyst branch Representative document coder/reviewer Accounting Intern Marketing associate Administrative Assistant Membership Services sales associate Finance Director AV Technician Compliance Officer Senior Power Analyst Clinical Research Monitor Supervisor Marketing Manager Sales Representative Accountant Patient Access Manager Product Line Manager Financial Analyst Supply Chain Analyst USCG Northstar Sourcing Federal Deposit Insurance Washington Federal UW Paccar BNY Mellon 7 FOR All Mankind Attorney General's Office Russell Investments Pinnacle Mortgage Russell Investments Target Brenthaven Southwire VA Ronturner RE Group Tax Centers Inc McGladrey Nordstrom BNY Mellon Lowe's Evergeen Inc/Hot Shots The Lobster Shop- South Insitu, INC U O H Seattle Metropolitan Cred Keller Rohrback Gilver Melgar Income Tax Purcell Opti Staffing YMCA Pacific Ballroom Dance Audio Visual Specialists, Kibble & Pretice City of Tacoma Fred Hutchinson Cancer Re Providence Health & Svc True Blue Inc. Stryker Moss Adams Multicare Baxter Mfg Columbia Bank Boeing In School Program Level Program Field of study Institution 12

13 In School Program Level Program Field of study Institution BACHELOR'S Undergraduate Bachelor's Degree Admin Accounting Universal UW Unemployed BACHELOR'S Type of work seeking Fulltime position w/benefit Anything Accountant Accounting Bus. Admin. related Finance Accounting 13

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