Georgia State University - J. Mack Robinson College of Business Alumni Average Salary

Students who graduate from Georgia State University earn between around $73K from the lowest paying jobs to $90K from the most lucrative. This report is based on the responses of Georgia State University graduates who completed the PayScale salary survey.

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College Salary Report

160th

Early Career Salary 

$65,100

Mid-Career Salary 

$121,000

% High Meaning 

52 %

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Georgia State University - J. Mack Robinson College of Business Alumni

Median Salary by Job

Job
National Salary Data 
$0$50K$100K$150K
Staff Accountant
23 salaries
$49,065  
   
Executive Assistant
22 salaries
$51,266  
Operations Manager
21 salaries
$61,013  
Financial Analyst
20 salaries
$54,283  
Senior Financial Analyst
19 salaries
$76,047  
Marketing Coordinator
15 salaries
$38,000  
Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
14 salaries
$136,934  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 23 Jun 2016 | Individuals Reporting: 2,024
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Industry

The most highly represented industry among alumni is the accounting, auditing and tax services industry.

Gender

Male graduates of Georgia State University out-earn their female counterparts significantly, earning an average of about $79K versus $60K for women.

Jobs

The biggest paychecks among Georgia State University alumni are earned by Marketing Directors — these former students make an average $90K per year.

Locations

New York, N.Y. is also a common destination for Georgia State University grads and offers the best pay with a median salary of approximately $81K. On the far end of the pay scale, Georgia State University alumni often reside in Atlanta, Ga., which is home to the lowest pay at $52K.

Degree Major

Georgia State University grads who fare the best in terms of salary hold a Master of Professional Accountancy (MPA), Accounting and earn a median salary of $73K per year. A Bachelor's Degree is less advantageous in terms of earnings; alums with this degree are the lowest earners with a median annual pay of approximately $59K.

Skills

Georgia State University grads with SAP SAP Financial Accounting and Controlling (SAP FICO) experience garner salaries that are 23 percent more than other grads' salaries. Many Georgia State University grads have knowledge of Microsoft Excel, with slightly less than a fourth of alumni using this program on the clock. Other prime know-hows include SAP SAP Financial Accounting and Controlling (SAP FICO), Strategic Marketing, and Microsoft Office.

Benefits and Perks

A large number of survey participants receive health insurance, and the larger part of grads get dental coverage. A large number of former students set aside retirement funds in an employer-sponsored 401(k). Other benefits that Georgia State University alumni receive are a company-subsidized cell phone and a casual working environment.

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Key Stats for Georgia State University - J. Mack Robinson College of Business

Gender

Female
38 %
Male
62 %
Salary
$41,000 - $66,866
Salary
$55,500 - $108,250
1-4 years
80%
5-9 years
13%
10-19 years
7%
$35,000 - $64,000

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