First Destination Survey

General Methodology:

Each year, Career Services conducts a survey to determine the post-graduate status of the previous year’s Bachelor’s degree candidates. In addition to providing a copy of the survey with each graduate’s diploma, attempts are made to collect data through e-mails, phone calls and social media. Faculty and employers are also asked to contribute their knowledge of alumni whereabouts.  A final report is compiled in late spring.
 

As a soon-to-be or recent graduate, why should I complete the survey?

Responding to the First Destination Survey provides feedback for Career Services, academic departments and the University. This feedback allows us to determine changes in the job market, the graduate degrees our alumni pursue, and where alumni go after graduation. The information you provide is CONFIDENTIAL -- results are not published in a personally identifiable manner.
 
  • Did you graduate in December 2017, January 2018, May 2018 or August 2018? Share your post-graduate status with us! Complete the CLASS OF 2018 FIRST DESTINATION SURVEY
  • Will you be graduating in December 2018, January 2019, May 2019 or August 2019? Have you accepted a full-time position or been accepted to graduate/professional school? Share your post-graduation plans with us! Complete the CLASS OF 2019 FIRST DESTINATION SURVEY


View Survey Results:

Note: All files will open in PDF format.
Survey Results - Overview
Survey Results - By Major

View our First Destination Survey Brochures

2013 - 2016 Summary - and - Class of 2014
                     

Graduate Schools/Programs attended by UW-Green Bay Graduates, 2000 to 2017

 

Salary Information

For regional, career-specific and national salary information, view our online resources at Salary Information.
 

A Note About the Use of Statistical Data

Although employment survey data is often used to make career decisions, the employability of today's college graduate is also influenced by economic conditions and the personal traits and characteristics of the job seeker.

Decisions about career choices should be made by the assessment of each candidate's interests, skills and values. Caution should also be used in any interpretation or application of the included statistics. If you are using this report to make career decisions, please consult with the staff in Career Services.
 

Questions?

If you have questions about the First Destination Survey, please contact Career Services at (920) 465-2163 or careers@uwgb.edu. Thank you!