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2009 employment statistics

Below you will find reported salaries, employment status, employment location and employers for respondents to the Undergraduate Student Exit Survey conducted 3 months after graduation for those students convocating at the June 2009 ceremonies. 

Salary Statistics:

The table below shows the minimum, maximum, average and range for Student's reported salaries, at time of survey, broken down by each major. 

Major Average Range
Accounting $37,501 $21,000 - $60,000
Finance $43,888 $20,000 - $90,000
HR $43,681 $28,000 - $75,000
Management $41,808 $30,000 - $68,000
Marketing $35,850 $20,000 - $65,000
MIS $54,000 $35,000 - $100,000
Other $52,542 $35,000 - $100,000
Total $42,472  

Employment status by Major:

The table below represents the percentage of participating students by major with an indication of the percentage of students that had successful found employment at the time of the survey. Note: students that did not answer the question or that indicated that they were not seeking employment (either due to continuing education or other reasons) were not included in determining the Percentage Employed at time of Survey. 

Major As a Percent of Survey
Respondent
Percentage Employed at time
of Survey
Accounting 26.9% 65.6%
Management 9.6% 86.4%
Finance 22.3% 70.5%
Marketing 16.5% 76.3%
Human Resources 6.6% 81.3%
MIS 5.8% 76.9%
Other 12% 65.4%
Overall 100.00% 72.3%

Employment Location:

The graph below represents the percentage of students in relation to the location they recorded being employed in at the time of the survey. 


Employers:

Below is a list of organizations employed at as recorded by participating students at the time of the survey. 

Abu Dhabi Holding Federation des Caisses Desjardins Mosaic Sales Solutions
Accolade Reaction Forensic Technology Wai Inc. National Bank Financial Group
Acmon Inc. Garage Signature National Bank of Canada
Aerotek Garda Security Northern International
Air Canada GLOBE-TIME TRAVL. LTD. Old Navy
Aldo Group GLV Inc. Paul Caron
Bank of Montreal Group Level 1 Pivotal Payments
BMO Groupe Dynamite Plan B Digital
BMO Harris Private Banking Holt Renfrew Pratt & Whitney Canada
Bombardier Aerospace Home Depot Prevel
Business Development Bank of Canada HP PriceWaterhouseCoopers
CAE Inc. HSBC Bank Research Institute of the MUHC
Cafe Calabro IBM Rexel Canada Electrical
CAI Global Group Imperial Oil Rideau Inc.
Canada Border Services Agency IMS Health Canada Royal Bank of Canada
Candian Revenue Agency Interinvest RSM Richter
Centre Financier aux Entreprises Grandes-Seigneuries-Vallée-des-Tisserands International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO Ryder Logistics
Centre Jeunesse Batshaw Inter-Op Canada Inc. Salvation Army - Headquarters
Ceridian Investors Group Samson Belair/ Deloitte & Touche
Change of Canada ISEE3D Scotia McLeod/TradeFreedom
Chateau Vaudreuil Hotel and Suites Jewish General Hospital Scotiabank
City of Montreal KPMG SIdLee
CoolDirect Inc. Lakeshore General Hospital sis 2k
Copap Inc. Le Chateau SLK Abramovitch
Corbecc Le Marche du Store SDMI
CSSS Bordeaux Cartierville Saint-Laurent Loblaws SNC Lavalin Inc.
Danawares Locordia Standard Life
Deloitte Locweld Inc. Sun Life
Depaneur Vallier Inc. L'Oreal Canada Supratek Pharma Inc.
Desjardins McGill University Health Center Symcor Inc.
Desjardins Global Asset Management Meltwater News TD Canada Trust
Distinction Memberworks Canada Corporation TD Waterhouse
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company Messaging Architects Inc. Tempbridge
Domtar Metso Shared Services Touch Tunes
Duro-lak Inc MFC Global Investment Management Trams Management
Ecom Access Middle East Capital Group Transistor Design
EPICOR Molson Coors Canada WSBG
Ernst & Young Montreal Gazette Zenergy Communications

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