Winston-Salem State University ranked first in the 16-school UNC system in percentage of undergraduates receiving bachelor’s degrees and landing jobs in North Carolina and the salaries they earned. http://www.journalnow.com/news/local/wssu-grads-no-in-unc-system-for-jobs-salaries/article_247a827c-cf66-11e4-9914-a71774d16c1b.html
Robinson told the WSSU board of trustees that the study conducted by the N.C. Department of Commerce showed that 79.3 percent of WSSU’s undergraduate degree recipients in the 2012-13 academic year acquired jobs in the state, and received an average salary of $37,844 a year, the highest in the UNC system.
-N.C. Central University was ranked No. 2 with 72.1 percent of undergraduates receiving bachelor’s degrees getting jobs in the state, but the average annual salary of $27,736 was 10th among the 16 schools.
-UNC Greensboro was fourth with 71.7 percent of its undergraduates receiving degrees getting jobs in the state and 12th in average annual salary at $27,224.
-Appalachian State University was eighth with 64.3 percent of undergraduate degree recipients getting jobs in North Carolina. The school was seventh in average annual salary at $27,396 a year.
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