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Annual Employment Report
2013–2014 • Career Services
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97.1%
Students Participated in
Employed Related
81.9% to their Major 954 Cooperative Education
Students Received One-on-One
1,530 Career Counseling
Employed or
Continuing Education
86.8% Knowledge Rate
589 Employers and Nearly 4,000 Students
Attended UW-Stout’s Career Conferences
Graduates Hired in 43 States
Ten Years of Success
Top Five States
54% in Wisconsin
30% in Minnesota
3% in Illinois
1% in Colorado
1% in Iowa
Academic Year
2013–2014
2012–2013
2011–2012
2010–2011
2009–2010
Percent Employed
97.1
97.1
97.3
97.9
97.9
Academic Year
2008–2009
2007–2008
2006–2007
Percent Employed
96.8
95.9
95.9
2005–2006
2004–2005
96.9
97.6
UW-Stout graduates have an average employment rate of 97 percent for the past 10 years.
Annual Employment Report Highlights
Career Services at UW-Stout
Career Services is a centralized office at UW-Stout which
serves students from all majors on campus. One of the
main services students use is individual appointments
with professional career counselors. Also, Career Services
manages a highly successful Co-op program as well as the
planning and execution of two of the Midwest’s largest Career
Conferences annually. In addition, Career Services provide
online resources to assist students, including:
December 2013, May 2014, August 2014 graduates
†97.1
percent of the respondents reported they were
employed or continuing their education. Knowledge rate
of graduates was 86.8 percent.
†
Of those employed, 81.9 percent reported employment
related to their major.
†
3 percent reported they were “seeking employment.”
†
7.8 percent reported they were continuing their education.
†The
median salary reported was $41,000. Average
salaries are reported for each major. (Only base salaries
are reported. Commissions, bonuses and incentives are
not included in these figures.)
One-on-one career counseling
†
CareerLink: Comprehensive career and job search database tool, helping to connect students to employers
†
CareerSpots: Robust online career video library
†
Interview Stream: Online mock interview tool
Industry laboratory tour
Additional Success Factors
(During the 2013–2014 school year)
†
1,530 students received one-on-one counselor appointments.
†
1,568 on-campus interviews took place for professional
and co-op positions.
†
589 employers, more than 900 company representatives,
and nearly 4,000 students participated in Spring and
Fall Career Conferences.
†
954 students participated in the Cooperative Education
program giving them invaluable hands-on experience
prior to graduation, averaging $13.69/hr.
Note: Other factors contribute to the success of UW-Stout’s graduates, but
these are most noteworthy.
†MyWorldAbroad
and Going Global: Top international
career guides
†
ReferenceUSA: Online directory of more than 15 million
U.S. businesses and organizations
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2013–2014 Totals
Total number of degrees issued * ................................1,558
Total number of graduates............................................1,519
Knowledge rate............................................................ 86.8%
Available for employment ........................................... 1,354
Employment Summary Column Headings
Total Degrees Issued
Information received from the Registration and Records Office.
Salary Average
The average of salaries reported.
Available for Employment
Graduates indicating post-graduation career activities, including Employed
related to major, Employed unrelated to major, Continuing Education,
Seeking Employment and Not seeking employment by choice.
Minorities in Program
Information received from the Registration and Records Office.
Survey Method
The Career Services office at UW-Stout conducts an employment
survey each year to determine the post-graduate status of Bachelor
degree undergraduates. Multiple attempts are made prior to and after
graduation to collect the information, including: providing a copy of the
survey with each graduate’s diploma, conducting follow-up e-mails and
phone calls, accessing social media and collaborating with faculty.
Males in Program
Information received from the Registration and Records Office.
Females in Program
Information received from the Registration and Records Office.
Knowledge Rate
Knowledge rate is defined as the percent of graduates for which the
institution has reasonable and verifiable information concerning the
graduates’ post-graduation career activities.
Employed Related to Major
Full-time and Part-time employment information collected from graduating students.
Employed Unrelated to Major
Full-time and Part-time employment information collected from graduating students.
Continuing Education
Graduates who are pursuing post-graduation programs of further study.
Seeking Employment
Graduates who have indicated seeking employment or engaged in the
job-search process.
Minorities ...................................................................... 132
Males ............................................................................ 809
Females ........................................................................ 748
Number employed related to major..............................1,109
Number employed out of major......................................... 99
Number continuing education......................................... 106
Number seeking employment............................................ 40
Number not seeking by choice.............................................1
Number with no information available............................. 205
Employment or continuing education rate................... 97.1%
Key and Footnotes:
Graduates
receiving multiple degrees were reported in each program.
*
N/A = Not available or withheld for confidentiality
These figures do not include 205 individuals who could not be reached
by survey or telephone, and one graduate who indicated not seeking
employment by choice.
Note: If you are using this report to make specific career decisions,
please consult with the Advisement Center, Career Services, or faculty
and staff.
Percent Employed or Continuing Education
Percentage of graduates Employed related to major, Employed unrelated
to major, and Continuing Education divided by Available for Employment.
Career Services
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University of Wisconsin-Stout
Menomonie, WI 54751
Ph: 715-232-1601
Fax: 715-232-3595
Email: [email protected]
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Applied Social Science BSASS
BFA Graphic Design and Interactive Media BFAGDIM
BFA Industrial Design BFAIND
BFA Interior Design BFAINT
BFA Entertainment Design BFAED
BFA Studio Art BFASA
Game Design and Development (Art) BSGDD
Professional Communication and Emerging Media BSPCEM
Total
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Programs not listed had no graduates during the time period of this report.
College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
Art Education BSAE
Career, Technical Education and Training BSCTET
Cognitive Science BSCS
Dietetics BSD
Early Childhood Education BSECE
Family and Consumer Sciences Education BSFCSE
Food Science and Technology BSFST
Health, Wellness and Fitness BSHWF
Human Development and Family Studies BSHDFS
Marketing and Business Education BSMBE
Psychology BSPSYC
Science Education BSSCIED
Special Education BSSE
Technology Education BSTE
Vocational Rehabilitation BSVR
Total
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33K
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30K
33K
27K
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24K
31K
The closing date to contact graduates for this report was 1/31/15.
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6
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4
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41
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60K
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45K
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39K
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Business Administration BSBA
Golf Enterprise Management BSGEM
Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management BSHRTM
Management BSM
Real Estate Property Management BSREPM
Retail Merchandising and Management BSRMM
Service Management BSSM
Supply Chain Management BSSCM
Sustainable Management BSSMO
Total
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Programs not listed had no graduates during the time period of this report.
College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
20
Apparel Design and Development BSADD
27
Applied Mathematics and Computer Science BSAMCS
40
Applied Science BSAS
13
Computer Engineering BSCE
55
Construction BSC
37
Cross-Media Graphics Management BSCMGM
90
Engineering Technology BSET
11
Environmental Science BSES
Game Design and Development (Computer Science) BSGDD
12
42
Information and Communication Technologies BSICT
22
Information Technology Management BSITM
47
Manufacturing Engineering BSMFE
43
Packaging BSP
14
Plastics Engineering BSPE
Total
473
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The closing date to contact graduates for this report was 1/31/15.
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Partial List of Employers Who Hire Graduates
Art and Design Related »
BFAGDIM, BFAED,BFAIND, BFAINT,
BFASA, BSPCEM
Bemis Company, Inc.
Activar,Inc.
Big Dot of Happiness
C.H. Robinson
Clock Work Active
Credo Product Development
Edmentum
Gerhards
Great Northern Corporation
Haworth Marketing & Media
Hemostasis LLC
Hennepin Theater Trust
Inergize Digital
ITR Mobility
Kamarron Designs
Kohler Co.
Minnesota Vikings
Red Wing Shoe Company
RSP Architects, Ltd.
Subzero Graphics
Target
Tasso Inc.
The Creative Group
The Thorburn Group
Business Related »
BSBA, BSM, BSSCM
3M Company
Andersen Corporation
Best Buy
Bosch Packaging Technology, Inc.
CHS Inc.
GE Healthcare
Georgia-Pacific
Greenheck
Hormel Foods Corporation
John Deere
Kohler Co.
Kwik Trip Inc.
Mayo Clinic Health System
Menards, Inc.
Pfizer
Phillips-Medisize Corporation
Rockwell Automation
State Farm Insurance
Target
The Schwan Food Company
United Health Group
US Bank
Weidner Property Management
Wipfli LLP CPAs & Consultants
Xcel Energy
Construction Related »
BSC
AZCO Construction, Inc.
Braun Intertec Corporation
Heartland Contractors
Hunzinger Construction Co.
Kiewit
Knutson Construction Services
Kraemer Brothers LLC
Kraus Anderson Construction Co.
Lunda Construction Company
Market & Johnson
Michels Corporation
Raymond Management Company Inc.
Ryan Companies US Inc.
Schwieters Companies, Inc.
Sheehy Construction Company
Staab Construction Corporation
TIC-The Industrial Company
Weis Builders, Inc.
Education and Human Services
Related » BSASS, BSAE, BSCTE, BSECE,
BSFCSE, BSHDFS, BSPSYC, BSMBE, BSSCIED,
BSSE, BSTE, BSVR
Barlow Research Associates Inc.
Behavior Therapy Solutions
Boys and Girls Club
Burrell Behavior Health
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
FABCO Equipment, Inc.
Fox Valley Technical College
Genesis Child Development Center
Land O’Lakes, Inc.
Lifetrack Resources
Lutheran Social Services
Mile High Montessori
Northwest Journey
Reach, Inc.
Rust-Oleum
The Parenting Place
UTC Aerospace Systems
Wisconsin Department of Corrections
Wisconsin Department of
Veterans Affairs
Wisconsin Early Autism Project
Workforce Development, Inc.
YMCA
Engineering Related »
BSCMGM, BSET, BSMFE, BSPE, BSP
3M Company
Andersen Windows & Doors
Ariens Company
Bobcat Company
Boston Scientific
Cirrus Aircraft
Ecolab, Inc.
ExxonMobil
General Mills
Greenheck
Harley-Davidson Motor Company
IBM
John Deere
Kohler Co.
Medtronic
Menasha Packaging
MPC Inc., Miniature Precision Components
Pentair
Phillips – Medisize Corporation
Proto Labs
Quad/Graphics
Rockwell Automation
Rockwell Collins
Siemens
Silgan Containers
Zero Manufacturing
Hospitality Related »
BSGEM, BSHRTM, BSREPM
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort
Blackwolf Run Restaurant - Kohler
Blue Plate Restaurant Company
Carlson Hotels
Chula Vista
Courtyard by Marriott
Crowne Plaza Hotel and Suites
CSM Corporation
Dakota Commercial & Development
Erin Hills Golf Course
Grand View Lodge
Hilton Hotels
Hormel Foods Corporation
Kahler Hospitality Group
Kalahari Resorts
Madden’s on Gull Lake Resort
Marcus Hotels & Resorts
Omni Hotels and Resorts
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts
Titletown Brewing Company
Tuxedo Club
Weidner Property Management
Wilderness Resort
Science Related »
BSAS, BSCS, BSD, BSES, BSFST, BSHWF, BSSMO
Anytime Fitness
Bellisio Foods, Inc.
Capital Brewery
ConAgra Foods
Covance
Del Monte Foods, Inc.
DiaSorin Inc.
Gold’s Gym
Health Partners
Heat Yoga Studio
Kemps LLC
Land O’Lakes, Inc.
Life Time Fitness
Luther Hospital
Mayo Clinic Health System
Nestle Nutrition
Oakleaf Surgical Hospital
Regions Hospital
University of Minnesota
Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Computer and Technology Related »
BSAMCS, BSCE, BSET, BSGDD, BSICT, BSITM,
BSMFE
3M
Applied Laser Technologies
Bemis Manufacturing
Boeing Company
Cray, Inc.
Enventis
Epic
ExxonMobil
HGST, A Western Digital Company
Ingersoll Rand
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Kohler Co.
Lockheed Martin
McGladrey
McNeilus Companies, Inc.
Medtronic
Menards, Inc.
Midwest Manufacturing
Oshkosh Corporation
Pentair
Phillips-Medisize Corporation
Raven Software
Rockwell Automation
Siemens
Thomson Reuters
WalzCraft Industries
Retail and Apparel Related »
BSADD, BSRMM
Abercrombie & Fitch
Allen Edmonds
American Eagle Outfitters
Buckle, Inc.
Cabela’s, Inc.
Dillard’s
Dunham’s Sports
Herberger’s Department Store
J. W. Hulme
JC Penney
Kohl’s
Macy’s
maurices
Michael Kors
Nordstrom
Pacsun
Portu-Sunberg Marketing and
Associated
Scheels
Silver Star Brands
Sleep Number by Select Comfort
Target
Under Armour, Inc.
Von Maur
Walmart Stores, Inc.
Typical Job Titles of Graduates
Art and Design Related »
BFAGDIM, BFAED,BFAIND, BFAINT,
BFASA, BSPCEM
3D Modeler
Cad Designer
Design Consultant
Graphic Designer
Industrial Designer
Interactive Designer
Interior Design
Interior Designer
Junior UX Designer
Marketing Communications Coordinator
Multimedia 3D Designer
Production Manager
Production Illustrator
Web & Social Media Strategist
Web Designer
Business Related »
BSBA, BSM, BSSCM
Account Executive
Buyer
Event Services Manager
Executive Team Leader
Financial Representative
Human Resource Generalist
Loan Officer
Logistics Specialist
Marketing Manager
Project Manager
Property Manager
Recruiter
Sales Representative
Supply Chain Analyst
Transportation Coordinator
Construction Related »
BSC
Assistant Estimator
Assistant Project Manager
Assistant Superintendent
Carpenter
Construction Manager
Construction Superintendent
Designer/Project Manager
Estimator
Field Engineer
Maintenance
Project Coordinator
Project Engineer
Project Manager
Sales/Production Intern
Education and Human Services
Related » BSASS, BSAE, BSCTE, BSECE,
Engineering Related »
Science Related »
Retail and Apparel Related »
BSCMGM, BSET, BSMFE, BSPE, BSP
BSAS, BSCS, BSD, BSES, BSFST, BSHWF, BSSMO
BSADD, BSRMM
Associate Packaging Engineer
CAD Analyst
Design Engineer
Field Service Engineer
Lab Technician
Maintenance Engineer
Manufacturing Engineer
Manufacturing Process Engineer
Mechanical Designer
Operations Engineer
Packaging Engineer
Plastic Engineer
Process Engineer
Quaility Assurance Engineer
Solidworks Designer
Arborist
Business Data Analyst
Cardrovascular Technician
Corporate Wellness Intern
Director of Nutrition and Food
Services
Health Coach
Laboratory Technician
Lead Dietary Aid
Organic Lab Specialist
Personal Trainer
Pharmacy Technician
QA/QC Regulatory Associate
R & D Food Technologist
Research Specialist
Weight Loss Consultant
Assistant Buyer
Assistant Product Developer
Assistant Production Manager
Assistant Technical Designer
Buyer Apprentice
Creative Design Specialist
Department Manager
Designer
Executive Team Leader
Manager
Marketing Specialist
Merchandise Analyst
Merchandise Planner
Planning Analyst
Store Manager
Hospitality Related »
BSFCSE, BSHDFS, BSPSYC, BSMBE, BSSCIED,
BSSE, BSTE, BSVR
BSGEM, BSHRTM, BSREPM
Advisor/Counselor
Behavioral Support Specialist
Case Worker
Correctional Office
Employment Specialist
Family Support Specialist
Foster Care Coordinator
In-Home Family Consultant
Job Developer
Mental Health Specialist
Residential Counselor
School Counselor
Social Worker
Special Education Teacher
Vocational Coordinator
Assistant General Manager
Assistant Golf Professional
Banquet Manager
Building Supervisor
Catering Sales Manager
Event Manager
Executive Team Leader
Food and Beverage Supervisor
Front Desk Supervisor
Golf Professional
Housekeeping Manager
Meeting Coordinator
Property Manager
Restaurant Manager
Sales Manager
Computer and Technology Related »
BSAMCS, BSCE, BSET, BSGDD, BSICT, BSITM,
BSMFE
Application Developer
Design Test Engineer
Electrical Engineer
Facility Engineer
Field Engineer
Game Design Engineer
Embedded Software Engineer
Java Developer
Mechanical Engineer
Mobile Application Developer
Network Systems Engineer
QA Testing
Software Developer
Software Engineer
Software Programmer
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