When someone who considers anything below T14 to be TTT wants to know job prospects for tier 2 schools, you know where it's going.
Quote from: Mr. Cookie on May 24, 2007, 07:45:49 PMWhen someone who considers anything below T14 to be TTT wants to know job prospects for tier 2 schools, you know where it's going.What does TTT mean anyways? All I ever knew it to mean is "to the top" when bumping a thread.
I just looked up Brooklyn's job placement statistics and I'm suprised to see their median private sector salary is $112,000! There is apparently an amazing disparity between similarly ranked tier 2 schools. On the one end you have schools like Denver or Loyola which have median starting salaries of $65,000 or so and almost half the class unemployed at graduation. On the other end you have schools like BLS with median starting salaries in six figures and the vast majority employed at graduation.This begs the question, where can we see (1) Employment @ graduation and (2) median private sector salary for all tier 2 schools? Has someone summarized this information into one easy to access chart?