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Career Exploration

Advanced degrees open doors to a variety of careers in academia and beyond. Through resources and programming, the Graduate School and the Office of Career & Professional Development are committed to helping you explore what life after Baylor can hold.

RESOURCES FOR ALL CAREER PATHS

It's never too early to start thinking about where your graduate degree might take you. The Graduate School and the Office of Career & Professional Development have a number of resources, regardless of your career path. Experience shows that those who plan for an array of career opportunities tend to have the greatest success finding a job in—and beyond—academia.

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DOCTORAL ALUMNI DATA
employment percentage - 93% of known doctoral graduates fro 2011-2016
Employment Distribution: 47% full-time Faculty, 14% Post Doctoral, 39% Other Full-Time Position


Top Career Readiness Competencies: Critical thinking, professionalism/work ethic, oral/written communications, teamwork/collaboration, leadership, information technology application, career management, global/multicultural fluency.