The health care industry registers as the most common industry among alumni. Median pay for those who graduated from the UT Tyler amounts to $63K.
Roughly one in five UT Tyler students choose to remain in Tyler, Texas after graduation, where the average salary is actually the lowest at $44K. However, UT Tyler grads looking to fill their bank accounts consider moving to Longview, Texas — one of the most popular top-paying cities — with its median salary of $76K.
With a median annual earnings of $81K per year, former Patriots who have a Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc) are the best paid among the alumni population. A Bachelor's Degree offers the lowest median annual financial reward (about $65K).
For former Patriots, proficiency in Project Management warrants a paycheck that is 45 percent more than other alumni salaries. People Management is a popular skill among UT Tyler alumni, with somewhere between a fifth and a fourth of grads reporting using it on the job. Demonstrated ability in Project Management, Leadership, and Financial Reporting rank among leading skills as well.
Benefits and Perks
Only two-fifths of alumni earn paid vacation and just one-third of alumni get paid sick time. Nearly all alums have medical plans, and a strong majority of grads have dental insurance. To plan for old age, nearly all grads maintain savings accounts through a company's 401(k) plan. University of Texas at Tyler grads also enjoy benefits like tuition reimbursement, life insurance, a casual working environment, and a company-subsidized cell phone.
Among alumni of similar schools, Northwestern State University of Louisiana grads (who make an average of around $62K) earn salaries most similar to UT Tyler alumni. Other schools similar to UT Tyler include Stephen F Austin State University, Tarleton State University, and Texas A & M University-Texarkana.