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Wages for Graduates of University of Texas Institutions Higher than National Average, New Georgetown University Report Finds

Wednesday, July 19, 2017 – Graduates from University of Texas System institutions out earn other bachelor’s degree holders not just in Texas but across the nation, a new study shows, demonstrating that a University of Texas education is a worthwhile investment in the future.

 

UT System partners with U.S. Census Bureau to provide salary and jobs data of UT graduates across the nation

September 22, 2016 – In the first collaboration of its kind, The University of Texas System and the United States Census Bureau have signed a 10-year partnership agreement that will provide both organizations a more comprehensive picture of degree attainment and how it impacts labor market outcomes.

 

UT System first in nation to provide salary, debt and jobs data to help students plan their future

October 8, 2014 – UT System launched seekUT+grad, a new version of seekUT that now provides data on salaries and debt of alumni who earned graduate and professional degrees. seekUT is the first site targeted to students that offers salary, debt and jobs data all in one place.

 

University of Texas System makes salary data and student debt data available via smartphone

August 14, 2014 – The University of Texas System is launching a new version of the seekUT tool that can be accessed from smartphones. This new version, which is suitable for Android and iPhone use, is designed to provide users with the three key pieces of data from seekUT: median first-year earnings, median fifth-year earnings and average student loan debt for UT System graduates by major.

 

University of Texas System first in nation to provide salary and student debt data

January 16, 2014 – The University of Texas is the first system of higher education in the nation to launch an interactive website that provides salary and debt statistics of actual students one year and five years after graduation.