Median salaries are up 4.5% for the class of 2012, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers. Whether or not you’re graduating this year, it’s important to start learning about typical salaries for your fields of interest. On interviews, you might even be asked what salary you expect. You want to be able to give a salary range that you are comfortable with, matches the standard rate for a particular position in a specific industry, and is adjusted for cost of living in that location. NACE has a salary calculator available on its website, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics compiles average nation-wide salaries based on census data. Learn more about salary negotiation with this CCE webinar .
CU In: Connect with Columbia Students & Alumni Mentors Across the Country This Summer!
Diversity Career Alumni Panel - Careers In Healthcare - April 18th, 6-7:30pm
Join CCE on a Site Visit to MTV Networks! - April 27th
Seniors, keep an eye out for the 2012 Graduating Student Survey coming later this week! Completing the survey enters you for a chance to win the new iPad or a host of other prizes! Top employers for the class of 2011 included The Boeing Company, Google, J.P. Morgan Chase, HBO, and Macy’s. What companies will top the list this year?
Calendar at a Glance: April 16-27
Set up a job agent in LionSHARE so you don't miss an internship or job. In the meantime, we've pulled a few examples of current opportunities that we thought might be of interest to you. View details via the links and log on to LionSHARE to apply today! The internships listed below expire between April 16 and May 3 .
The jobs listed below expire between April 20 and April 26 .
Looking for more part-time positions? Search "Temp Time" under "Employer Name" in LionSHARE. The positions listed below expire between April 20 and April 26.