- 1. Overall job placement levels in the IT industry are "healthy," with an overall job placement level of 78% for those with a college degree (although the study doesn't say how long it takes to get placed).
- 2. Undergraduate and graduate IT students fare well right out of the gate in terms of salary. Undergrads walk into technology industry jobs that pay $57,212, on average, while students with a master's degree earn, on average, $65,394 annually.
- 3. Most IT grads find industry posts linked closely to their college degrees; 73% of new graduates find landing spots in the most common areas of information technology, financial services IT, systems analysts and business and consulting services.
- 4. A major plurality (76%) of college students who land an IT job seem to love their jobs, while another 73% believe they'll have a long future in the industry.
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