- 315 (73%) reported that they were employed.
- 82 graduates (19%) reported that they were pursuing graduate school, and 13 (2%) were pursuing fellowship opportunities.
- 19 respondents (4%) indicated that they were "in transition" (traveling, applying to graduate programs, or not looking for positions).
- 7 graduates (2%) indicated that they were still searching for appropriate positions.
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|Top Career Fields||TOTAL||%|
|Marketing & Sales||37||12%|
|Math & Science||11||3%|
|Advertising & PR||22||7%|
The above table lists the breakdown, by industry, of the 315 respondents (73%) that indicated that they were employed.
Banking and Financial Services
Computers & Technology
Government & Public Service
Law & Legal Services
Marketing & Sales
Math & Sciences
Nonprofit & Social Change
Print, Electronic & Broadcast Media
Sports & Leisure
Visual & Performing Arts
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The class of 2011 continues a Hamilton tradition whereby large numbers of graduates relocate to the three major east coast metropolitan areas of New York City, Boston, and Washington, D.C. However, this is the first class since we began doing this survey in 2000 that did not have a majority (more than 50%) of its members relocate to these three cities. 202 members moved to these three areas, or 45% of the respondents. Philadelphia was the fourth largest destination with nine students (2%).