Post Graduate Outcomes
2012 - 2013 Academic Year
Overview
In recent years, Baruch College has been ranked among the nation’s top colleges by U.S. News and World Report, the Princeton Review, and others. Its affordability and location in close proximity to Wall Street and global corporate headquarters makes it a top choice for students and parents who are hopeful about students’ post graduate employment opportunities.

Every year the Starr Career Development Center collects information about the post graduate outcomes of Baruch College undergraduates. Beginning with the Cap and Gown survey at the end of May, graduates are surveyed for six months through targeted emails, information collected in the office or classrooms, from employers, and from LinkedIn accounts. Every effort is made to gain information about what our graduates are doing after they graduate from Baruch.
Executive Summary
Employment
  • 1858 or 60%, of graduating Baruch College undergraduates reported on their post-graduate plans
  • 65% of Baruch graduates were either employed or not seeking employment
  • Over 770 employers hired Baruch students
  • 88% of employers hired one student and 12% hired two or more students
Top Employers
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • EY
  • Citi
  • Deloitte
  • Credit Suisse
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Bank of America
  • KPMG
  • BlackRock
  • Goldman Sachs
Average Salary
  • The average salary for Baruch undergraduates was $44,743
  • $46,063 - Zicklin School of Business
  • $40,067 - Weissman School of Arts and Sciences
  • $41,785 - School of Public Affairs
Center Activity
  • There were 7130 student visits to the Starr Career Development Center
  • Over 10,125 students signed up for events
  • 10,726 unique students logged into STARRSearch 341,889 times
  • Students submitted 156,975 online job applications
  • There were 1712 on-campus interviews
  • Over 1000 students reported having an internship
STARR Employers