Professionally, the software development industry, the veterinary care industry, and the consulting industry are popular business areas among Baylor alumni. The most highly represented industry among alumni is software as a service (SAAS) development. Those with an education from Baylor earn an average of $59K.
Among Baylor graduates, the biggest earners are Software Engineers, who haul in approximately $62K on average.
Many Baylor students are San Antonio, Texas-bound following college. Houston, Texas is also a common destination for Baylor grads and offers the best pay with a median salary of $89K. On the flipside, the lowest-paying city popular among Baylor grads is Dallas, Texas (median compensation is about $53K). Close-by Austin, Texas and Nashville, Tenn. are also desirable cities among Baylor alumni.
Baylor grads who hold a medical degree can expect to fare better than most fellow alumni, earning an average $141K per year. Those with a Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc) face salaries on the lower end, coming in at an average around $51K per year.
Former Bears who have experience with People Management can expect to make 40 percent more than other alumni ($83K on average). Many Baylor grads have knowledge of Project Management, with roughly a sixth of alumni using this program on the clock. Also considered top-notch skills are Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Office, and Marketing Communications.
Benefits and Perks
Only two-fifths of alumni earn paid vacation and just one in four survey participants get paid sick time. A large number of alums report contributing to a 401(k). Benefits are rather generous for graduates of this school; most respondents are rewarded with health insurance and a strong majority of alums report dental coverage, too. Graduates of Baylor University are also recipients of life insurance, a company-subsidized cell phone, a casual working environment, and flexible hours.
Clark University grads report the most similar salaries to Baylor alums, earning around $58K on average. Wake Forest University, Nova Southeastern University, and the University of Dayton are also similar to Baylor.