Clemson University Placement 2019-20 ,,USA

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Aishwarya Bhatnagar

Clemson university records a placement rate of 95% in the year 2019, with a knowledge rate of 87%. The average salary was recorded to be USD 54,500 for Clemson University graduates of class of 2019. There were over 200+ employers that hired Clemson graduates of 2019. Maximum number of Clemson graduates, 773 of them found a placement in South Carolina followed by 203 of them working in North Carolina.   

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Clemson University Placement Highlights 

Overall Placement Rate 

95% 

Knowledge Rate 

87% 

Median Salary 

USD 55,000 

Highest Salary  

USD 520,000 

Top Recruiters 

Prisma Health, Deloitte, Kimley Horn, etc 

Location Wise Highest Employment 

South Carolina 

Internship Rate  

95% 

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Clemson University Class Profile 2019 

In the year 2019, Clemson University admitted 4,593 students out of 47,007 applications and 23,138 admission offers. There were 50% of male and 50% of female students, the other details are as follows: 

Academic Details: 

  • Average GPA was 3.9  
  • ACT middle 50%:  29-30 
  • SAT middle 50%: 1240-1440 

Residential Information: 

  • 51% South Carolina Residents 
  • 269 South Carolina High Schools 
  • 1,383 Non-South Carolina High Schools 
  • 48 States and the District of Columbia 
  • 19 Foreign Countries 

College Wise Enrollment: 

  • College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences: 11.05% 
  • College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities: 7.68% 
  • College of Behavioural, Social and Health Sciences: 20.47%  
  • College of Business: 20.33%  
  • College of Education: 2.62% 
  • College of Engineering, Computing And Applied Sciences: 24.82% 
  • College of Science: 10.02% 

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Clemson University Career Outcomes 

As per the career outcomes rate, the positive rate was calculated to be 98% for Clemson University in the year 2019. There were over 66% of the graduates who were working and 19% of them were enrolled for higher education. More details are elaborated below:

Employment Status: 

  • Employed full-time (on average 30 hours or more per week): 61.78% 
  • Employed part-time (on average less than 30 hours per week): 2.85% 
  • Enrolled in graduate school, professional school, or continuing education: 19%  
  • Not seeking employment or continuing education at this time: 0.42% 
  • Participating in a volunteer or service program: 0.024%  
  • Planning to continue education but not yet enrolled: 3.31% 
  • Seeking employment: 11.28% 
  • Serving in the United States Uniformed or Armed Forces: 1.11%  

Employment Type: 

  • Employed as an entrepreneur: 1.9% 
  • Employed freelance: 1.42% 
  • Employed in a postgraduate internship or fellowship: 7.36% 
  • Employed in a temporary/contract work assignment: 10.36% 
  • Employed in all other work categories not listed: 78.96% 

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Higher Education 

The graduates, 19% of them who opted to continue with higher education after graduating from Clemson University in 2019 were admitted the following universities: 

Universities Admitting Clemson Graduates 2019-20 

Total Number of Admits 

Clemson University 

190 

The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) 

39 

University of South Carolina 

33 

University of Georgia 

15 

George Washington University 

8 

Wake Forest University 

UNC Chapel Hill 

7 

Charleston School of Law 

6 

Emory University 

University of Alabama 

University of Tennessee Knoxville 

5 

Auburn University  

4 

Cornell University 

Georgia Institute of Technology 

Mississippi State University 

Vanderbilt University 

Anderson University 

3 

Augusta University 

Lincoln University 

Northwestern University  

The graduates of Clemson University were admitted in the following degree programs after graduation in 2019: 

  • Master’s: 49.63% 
  • PhD: 16.85% 
  • Professional Doctorate: 26.4% 
  • Professional master’s: 7.12% 

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Clemson University Top employers 

There were around 200+ employers which hired Clemson University graduates of the class of 2019. The following is a list of top employers and the number of graduates they hired in 2019: 

  • Clemson University: 46 
  • Prisma Health: 30 
  • MUSC: 20 
  • Deloitte: 15  
  • Greenville County Schools: 13 
  • Kimley-Horn: 13  
  • Accenture: 11 
  • Atrium Health: 10 
  • Bank of America: 9 
  • Capital One: 9 
  • Capgemini: 8 
  • EY: 8 
  • Wells Fargo: 7 
  • Elliott Davis: 6 
  • Lockheed Martin: 6 
  • Ally Financial: 5 
  • Arthrex: 5  
  • Medtronic: 5  
  • Savannah River Remediation: 5  
  • State Farm: 5  

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Source of Job at Clemson University 

A majority of Clemson University graduates of class of 2019 found a job through the career fairs organised on campus each year, around 17.9% of them reported so. The following pie chart shows other sources of job finding as well:  

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Lowest number of jobs were found through an ad in the printed newspaper or there were other sources that Clemson graduates did not wish to quote.  

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Clemson University Salary Stats 

Total salary responses were 1,395 from Clemson University’s 2019 graduates. The salaries as per records are as follows: 

  • Minimum Salary: USD 10,000  
  • 25th Percentile Salary: USD 43,000 
  • Median Salary: USD 55,000  
  • 75th Percentile Salary: USD 68,000 
  • Maximum: USD 521,000  

College Wise Salary Data 

The salaries as reported by the graduates of Clemson University of class of 2019, have been summed up in the table below: 

Clemson University Colleges  

Median Salary 

Maximum Salary 

College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences 

USD 45,000 

USD 82,428 

College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities 

USD 45,920 

USD 97,000 

College of Behavioural, Social and Health Sciences 

USD 45,000 

USD 77,000 

College of Business 

USD 50,000 

USD 400,000 

College of Education 

USD 39,877 

USD 57,709 

College of Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences 

USD 65,000 

USD 521,000 

College of Science 

USD 40,000 

USD 80,000 

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Clemson University Placement FAQs 

Q. Where were Clemson University graduates of the class of 2019 working?

A. Majority of Clemson University graduates of the class of 2019 were working in South Carolina followed by North Carolina and Georgia.

Q. How many students found a placement in the US after graduating from Clemson University in 2019?

A. Around 1,758 students found a placement in the US after graduating from Clemson University in 2019.  

Q. Did some graduates of Clemson University of the class of 2019 pursued an international internship?

A. Yes, there were 3.32% of the Clemson University of class of 2019, who pursued an international internship.  

Q. How many graduates of class of 2019 were enrolled in a course at Clemson University which required an internship?

A. There were 69.6% of the graduates of class of 2019 who were enrolled in a course at Clemson University which required an internship mandatorily in order to complete the course.  

Q. What was the on-campus internship wage for Clemson University graduates of 2019?

A. The on-campus internship wage for Clemson University graduates of class of 2019 varies between USD 8 to USD 19.99 on an hourly basis. The highest wage earning slab was for those earning between USD 10 to USD 11.99 that too 56.4% of them were falling in this slab.  

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Clemson, SC 29634, United States

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