Alumni Survey

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Common Alumni Survey
Pilot
2014 NASPAA Annual Conference
Degree Title of Respondents
45
40
Master of Public Administration
Master of Public Policy
35
Master of International Affairs
17
30
Master of International Development
25
Executive Master of Public Administration
37
1
20
Master of Arts in Public Policy and Management
Master of Public Management
15
12
Master of Public Affairs
10
5
20
1
Master's in Public Policy & Management
12
9
8
3
4
3
School 5
School 6
1
0
School 1
School 2
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School 3
School 4
5
1
1
1
1
School 7
School 8
Master of Public Administration: Health
Administration
N= 137
Sector of Employment
1%
3%
1%
National or central government in the same country
as the program
Nonprofit domestic-oriented
2%
5%
State, provincial, or regional government in the
same country as the program
19%
Private sector (not research/consulting)
7%
Higher Education
City, county, or other local government in the same
country as the program
9%
Private Sector - research/consulting
18%
Nonprofit/NGOs internationally-oriented
Unemployed
10%
Military Service
Obtaining further education
12%
13%
Government not in the same country as the
program
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N=133
Length of Time in Current Position
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
1 to 2 years
School 1
School 2
School 3
School 4
School 5
2
9
1
3
1
6
2
2
1
3 to 5 years
School 6
School 7
School 8
6
6
13
5 to 10 years
3
8
5
2
1
1
1
6
Less than a year
2
10
9
3
1
2
3
7
1
2
More than 10 years
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3
N=122
Overall Current Job Situation
1%
4%
1%
1%
4%
7%
Employed full-time
Employed full-time, but seeking a new position
Full time homemaker/caregiver
Employed part-time
Employed part-time, but seeking a new position
Temporarily employed part time
Continuing my education
82%
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N=131
Job Responsibilities
60
50
52
47
40
44
44
40
30
38
37
35
32
26
20
25
24
21
19
16
10
14
13
6
0
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N=119* (Check All that Apply)
Supervision and Budget
How many people do you
Supervise
How large a Budget do
you administer
N=
49
33
Min
1
30,000
Max
305
10 Billion
Average
21.4
695,735,757.6
Median
5
5,000,000
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Area of Focus
40
35
37
30
25
20
15
22
20
19
10
5
18
16
15
12
11
11
10
10
8
8
5
0
3
3
2
2
2
N=116* Check all that Apply
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Salary
Not working
0 to $25,000
$25,001 to $35,000
$35,001 to $45,000
$45,001 to $55,000
$55,001 to $65,000
$65,001 to $75,000
$75,001 to $85,000
Entry to Degree
$85,001 to $95,000
First Job After
Current
$95,001 to $105,000
$105,001 to $115,000
$115,001 to $125,000
$125,001 to $135,000
$135,001 to $145,000
$145,001 to $155,000
More than $155,000
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
N= 112
Preparation in NASPAA Competency Domains
Very Prepared
Prepared
18
To lead and manage
Unprepared
Very Unprepared
66
22
To participate in.. the public policy process
31
76
49
45
To articulate and apply a public service…
0%
10%
18
61
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
3
10
56
41
To communicate ...with a diverse …
6 1
21
64
To analyze, synthesize, think critically
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Neutral
70%
80%
2
19
3
90%
100%
N=124
Level of Satisfaction With
21
Opportunities to be promoted
52
25
Salary
53
58
55
Degree of autonomy
8
19
26
42
Level of responsibility
20
25
46
4
14
9 3
16
7 3
Extremely satisfied
Satisfied
Neutral
44
Work environment
56
7 5
15
Dissatisfied
Extremely dissatisfied
51
Level of Challenge
56
Value to society
0%
10%
20%
14
40
53
Variety of job tasks
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52
30%
40%
50%
60%
34
23
54
13
70%
80%
6 4
90%
34
100%
N=127
Importance to Respondents Success
49
MPA/MPP education
55
59
Network and personal contacts
46
38
Opportunity / luck
16
9
69
32
9 2
15
21
Very Important
17
Other advanced degrees
22
55
6
6
Important
Neutral
Not Important
94
Personal competence
88
Personal hard work
16
Undergraduate education
0%
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10%
30%
40%
27
50%
60%
70%
13
80%
Not Very Important
11
1
34
62
20%
11
29
90%
4
100%
N=125
Importance of MPA/ MPP to Obtaining First Job
1%
6%
3%
Very Important
14%
Important
Neutral
53%
Not Important
Not Very Important
23%
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Don’t know
N=127
Average Rating of Motivation in Obtaining the Degree to Respondent
9
7.7
8
7.5
6.7
7
6.0
6
6.3
6.0
5.5
5.5
5
4.4
4.2
4
3
2.3
2
1
0
Promotion
within your
organization
Change of
employer
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Change of
career
To enhance
knowledge
and skills to
be a more
productive or
ethical public
servant
To make a
difference
To improve
public policy
Increased
earnings
Networking International Management To start your
mobility
development
own
organization
Percent Achieved by Category
100
90
93
80
79
82
85
86
87
88
Change of
Career
Change of
employer
Increased
earnings
Networking
70
60
57
50
60
40
34
30
20
19
10
0
To start your International To improve
own
mobility
public policy
organization
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Promotion
within your
organization
To make a
difference
Management
development
To enhance
knowledge
and skills to be
a more
productive or
ethical public
servant
Comparison with MBA
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Promotion within your organization
Change of employer
Change of career
Increased earnings
Networking
Management development
International mobility
To start your own organization
…To be a more productive ... public servant
To improve public policy
To make a difference
Chart from Financial Times’ Global
MBA Ranking 2011
January 31, 2011
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Percent Achieved
Average Rating
N=109
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
4.7
Promotion within your organization
7
8
5.9
86
6.3
Change of career
85
7.5
Increased earnings
87
5.8
Networking
88
6.6
Management development
International mobility
20
82
4.7
34
To start your own organization
10
60
Change of employer
2.4
7
…To be a more productive ... public servant
To improve public policy
57
93
6.1
7.9
79
To make a difference
0
10
20
30
Percent Achieved
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9
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Average Rating
N=109
Have been Promoted in Last 5 Years
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
School 1
School 2
School 3
School 4
School 5
School 6
School 7
School 8
Yes
5
24
15
8
4
2
8
25
No
2
10
1
1
2
5
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N=112
Number of Promotions in Last Five Years
2% 1% 1%
0
5%
1
19%
2
22%
3
4
29%
21%
5
6
7
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N=112
Had an Increase in the Budget Responsible for Last 5 years
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
School 1
School 2
School 3
School 4
School 5
School 6
School 7
School 8
Yes
3
19
7
5
2
1
6
16
No
4
17
9
5
2
1
4
13
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N=114
Had an Increase in the projects/portfolios/clients responsible for in
last 5 years
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
School 1
School 2
School 3
School 4
School 5
School 6
School 7
School 8
Yes
6
30
14
10
4
2
8
24
No
1
6
2
2
6
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N=115
Had an Increase in the # of people you supervise in last 5 years
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
School 1
School 2
School 3
School 4
School 5
School 6
School 7
School 8
Yes
5
20
10
8
2
2
6
19
No
2
16
6
2
2
1
4
10
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N=115
Had an Increase in your decision making autonomy in last 5 years
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
School 1
School 2
School 3
School 4
School 5
School 6
School 7
School 8
Yes
6
32
16
10
4
2
10
25
No
1
5
1
5
N=117
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