Huskies get good jobs. Employers want Michigan Tech graduates. 415 of them show up to our career fairs because Michigan Tech students aren’t just smart - they’re prepared.
Where you go to college does matter. A Michigan Tech degree pays you back - for real. Here’s how:
- Michigan Tech ranks in the top 20 for early career pay among public universities in the US. Currently, our graduates earn a median starting salary of $66,400.
- Our placement rate for undergraduates is 93 percent (meaning they are employed within their field of study, enlisted in the military, or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation).
- Michigan Tech's Fall Career Fair is one of the largest in the country. Including both Fall and Spring Career Fairs last year, 415 companies traveled to campus from around the world seeking Michigan Tech students from all academic disciplines.
- The average salary for students in co-op positions is $21.18 per hour.
- Michigan Tech ranks number 8 in the nation for public colleges in the U.S. that pay off the most, according to a report from CNBC.
Want to know more? Check out our Career Services to find out why so many companies want to hire Huskies.
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