Need help deciding what to study and where to apply?

Use facts & data about alumni to help you make your college list!

Most students rely on personal opinions from parents or friends, but how often is the advice based on fact? Many parents are still arguing right now over which school is more prestigious, Berkeley or UCLA. But does it matter? If you are like me, and prefer to avoid speculation, you’ll enjoy this tip for finding relevant data on where Alumni find jobs just after graduation, based on their degree. Below are several examples of what I found searching LinkedIn for answers.

UCLA and Berkeley Alumni who graduated in 2015 with a Computer Science Degree. Here’s where they found jobs. Now you can rely on facts and data about majors and alumni to help you decide where to apply!

UCLA Computer Science
Berkeley Computer Science

2 thoughts on “Need help deciding what to study and where to apply?

  • March 7, 2017 at 10:43 am

    With all the choices you could make, perhaps you have come to the realization, I need help deciding what career to choose.

  • March 1, 2017 at 8:55 am

    If you truly have no idea what you want to study, that’s okay many schools don’t require students to declare a major until sophomore year. That gives you four semesters to play the field. Make the most of any required general education courses choose ones that interest you. Talk to professors, advisors, department heads, and other students. Find an internship off campus. Exploring your interests will help you find your best fit major and maybe even your ideal career.

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