University of Southern California Undergraduate Student Career Outcomes
The Career Center collects information about USC undergraduate students’ post-graduation career outcomes. This tool allows users to review outcomes by employer and industries, graduate program and degrees, and salary.
First Destination refers to the postgraduate plans of USC undergraduate students 6 months after graduation. USC undergraduate students’ pursuits include employment, continued education, entrepreneurship, volunteering, and more.
Of the over 5,000 organizations that partner with the USC Career Center to find full-time talent, the list of employers below comprises those that hired the most undergraduate students in the selected year.
Fully employed USC undergraduate students working in the U.S. self-reported the salary information below. These numbers do not include bonuses or other forms of compensation.
A vast majority of USC undergraduate graduates chose to remain in the U.S. upon graduation.
The list of universities below comprises those that enrolled the most USC undergraduate students in the selected year.
The graph below reflects the advanced degree path of USC undergraduate students.
Fields of Study
The graph below demonstrates the popular fields of studies for USC undergraduate students who continued education after obtaining their bachelor’s degrees.