After Beloit

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Beloit econ graduates median early career salary: $79,500

Beloit econ graduates median mid-career salary: $161,600 

Based on career outcome survey (112 responses to salary question) conducted in summer 2019


Top 6 fields of employment:

  • Finance
  • Education/academia
  • Computer science/IT
  • Marketing
  • Consulting
  • Entrepreneurship

of Beloit econ alumni report that their work makes the world a better place, compared to 53% average for other colleges and majors

Based on career outcome survey (173 responses to meaningful work question) conducted in summer 2019 and on data

Top 6 fields of graduate program:

  • MBA
  • Economics
  • Law
  • Public policy
  • Finance
  • Accounting


Salma Mohammad Ali

Class of 2021: Salma Mohammad Ali (Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Salma Mohammad Ali, Quantitative Economics and Mathematics double major from Dhaka, Bangladesh, will be starting her Economics Ph.D. at Georgia State University, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies.

Saad Ahsan

Class of 2021: Saad Ahsan (Lahore, Pakistan)

Ben Jensen

Class of 2021: Ben Jensen (Tacoma, WA)

Travis Price

Class of 2021: Travis Price (Wylie, TX)

Co-Founders of Vito Mojo Stefan and Nick

An Informational Interview with Food-tech Company Co-Founder Stefan Catoiu (’07)

Stefan Catoiu’07 is a Co-Founder of Vita Mojo, a restaurant, and food-technology company.

Heinrich and Storr

What is Liberal Arts Education and Why Do We Need it Today?

The world needs an education that works. Three alumni working in three different sectors - business, non-profit, and higher education - discuss how a liberal arts education has diversified and enhanced their work experiences.


Real Estate: The Chosen Path

Thomas Shanabruch’00 shared about his career path to become the Vice President of Investments for CRG, a real estate firm located in Chicago. 


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