Here are some Recruiting Trends Reports from the past:
Regional reports from Recruiting Trends survey 2009-2010
We have compiled selected regional reports from the results provided by employers to our annual college recruiting survey. The profiles were aggregating employer responses based on the state from which the response came. These profiles may differ from the regional section of Recruiting Trends 2009-2010 which was based on where the employer indicated that they would recruit. Some recruiters may recruit in multiple regions.
Regional Reports from Recruiting Trends survey 2010-2011
Starting Salary Offers From Recruiting Trends Employers For 2010 – 2011
This report provides starting salary information provided by nearly 5,000 employers to the 2010-2011 Recruiting Trends Report. Starting salaries are broken out in several different categories. The first table provides overall starting salaries by academic discipline. The starting salaries are then broken out by company size and academic discipline. The final table breaks out starting salaries by economic sector.
Starting salaries for the following sectors and geographic regions can be found in these special reports on the home page under What’s New:
Professional and Scientific Services Sector
Midwest Association of Colleges and Employers Region
Mountain Pacific Association of Colleges and Employers Region
Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers Region
Southern Association of Colleges and Employers Region
(Starting salary information will also be included in other special reports as they are prepared.)
NOTE: A decision has been made to include an academic discipline’s starting salary if a minimum of 30 employers have provided their offers. With fewer than 30 observations the statistics can be influenced by one or two offers or may present an unrealistic picture of the starting salary situation. If you have any questions about the starting salary information, please contact the Institute at 517-355-2211, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Starting salaries for specific degrees can be found in these reports. These reports give overall data, along with salary data separated by employee size and economic sector, for each degree:
- These certain data sets required that at least 20 employers responded to the certain questions. If there were less than 20 responses, the data was considered unreliable.
Associates Degree: Associates Degree Salary Data
Bachelor’s Degree – Business: Business Bachelor’s Degree Salary Data
Bachelor’s Degree – Communication Sciences: Communication Sciences Bachelor’s Degree Salary Data
Bachelor’s Degree – Computer Sciences: Computer Sciences Bachelor’s Degree Salary Data
Bachelor’s Degree – Engineering: Engineering Bachelor’s Degree Salary Data
Bachelor’s Degree – Health: Health Bachelor’s Degree Salary Data
Bachelor’s Degree – Sciences: Sciences Bachelor’s Degree Salary Data
Bachelor’s Degree – Social Sciences: Social Sciences Bachelor’s Degree Salary Data
Bachelor’s Degree – Miscellaneous: Miscellaneous Bachelor’s Degree Salary Data
Masters Degree: Masters Degree Salary Data
PhD/Professional Degree: PhD and Professional Degree Salary Data
Statistics and tables prepared by:
Undergraduate Research Assistant