Long Island University Alumni Average Salary

Median pay for those who graduated from Long Island University amounts to $67K. Alumni participants in PayScale's salary questionnaire provided the particulars of this report.

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Long Island University Alumni

Median Salary by Job

Years Experience
National Salary Data 
$0$33K$66K$99K
1-4 years
4 salaries
$52,041  
   
5-9 years
3 salaries
$47,000  
10-19 years
10 salaries
$96,378  
20 years or more
7 salaries
$98,114  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 1 Aug 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 24
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Industry

Among Long Island University grads, the health care services industry is a commonly chosen career field.

Locations

Home to a large number of Long Island University alums, New York, N.Y. is by far the most attractive city for these former students. It is also not uncommon to find former Long Island University students living and working in San Francisco, Calif. — this top-paying city is a popular destination with a median salary of $120K. Home to the lowest median salary for Long Island University alumni is Portland, Ore., a popular place for former students despite its approximately $48K average paycheck.

Degree Major

A Master of Business Administration (MBA), Finance will compensate Long Island University grads at a much higher rate than other degrees — these alums rake in about $112K on average per year. Ranking last in the compensation department are those holding a Bachelor's Degree — their annual income amounts to $51K on average.

Skills

Operations Management is a popular skill among Long Island University alumni, with around one in five grads reporting using it on the job. Competency in Budget Management translates into above-average pay for Long Island University grads — they earn 51 percent more than their fellow graduates. In addition, those who are savvy in People Management, Sales Management, and Customer Service are also considered highly skilled.

Benefits and Perks

Former students at this school — the larger part of survey participants — are lucky enough to receive paid vacation and paid sick leave. A large number of former students have medical plans, and a strong majority of survey participants have dental insurance. To plan for old age, a large number of alums maintain savings accounts through a company's 401(k) plan. Long Island University graduates also take advantage of a casual working environment, a company-subsidized cell phone, life insurance, and tuition reimbursement.

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Key Stats for Long Island University

Gender

Female
45 %
Male
55 %
Salary
$41,561 - $100,000
Salary
$45,882 - $103,568
1-4 years
18%
5-9 years
18%
10-19 years
38%
20 years or more
26%

Job Satisfaction

Extremely satisfied
Rated 5 out of 5
based on 4 votes.

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