Each year the Office of Career Development surveys recent graduates about their job placements six months after graduation. See below for the outcomes from the 2022 graduating class:
Within six months of graduation 95% of 2022 graduates were employed or had accepted an offer; 1% of 2022 graduates were seeking further education; 2% of 2022 graduates were seeking employment; 2% of 2022 graduates were seeking other options.
Within six months of graduation 30% of 2022 graduates were employed in the public sector; 40% of 2022 graduates were in non-profit sector; 24% of 2022 graduates were in the private sector; 6% of 2022 graduates were seeking other sectors.
Our changemakers are impacting policy across the globe. The majority of 2022 graduates remained in the United States but others found job placements in Saudi Arabia, China, Morocco, South Korea, South Africa and Canada.
Our 2022 graduates held an immense variety of positions after graduation – ranging from data scientist and policy analyst to executive director. Below are the top 5 most common position titles of our 2022 graduating class:
The following is combined historical data for the MPP & MIDP programs: number of graduates, by class, which responded that they were employed or seeking further education six months following graduation:
Class of 2021: 90%
Class of 2020: 84%
Class of 2019: 97%
Class of 2017: 94%
Class of 2016: 92%
Class of 2015: 91%
Class of 2014: 86%
Class of 2013: 88%