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2012 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 2012 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 $38,494 $20,000 - $80,000
Finance $49,600 $25,000 - $125,000
Human Resources $42,437 $30,000 - $60,000
International Business
$43,123 $24,000 - $80,000
Management $38,889 $28,000 - $55,500
Marketing $39,847 $25,000 - $62,400
MIS $48,800 $35,000 - $65,000
Other $36,754 $22,600 - $75,000
Total $41,798  

 

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 three months after graduation

Accounting 26.5% 78.8%
Finance 21.6% 74.1%
Human Resources 5.8% 58.8%
International Business
8.6% 81.0%
Management 5.5% 66.7%
Marketing 15.5% 60.5%
MIS 2.7% 87.5%
Other 13.7% 69.4%
Overvall 100% 72.2%

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

Air Canada
Air Liquide
ALDO Group
APP Group, Mackage
Apple
Austen Morris Associates
Avanade
BackCheck
Bank of Canada
Bank of Montreal
Bantam Restaurant Services
Bell Canada
Bell Flavors and Fragrances
BNC
Bombardier Aerospace
Buildablock Corp.
Cambium Group
Canaccord Genuity
Canadian National Railway
Canon
Capgemini
Catalonia Competitiveness Agency
CBRE
Ceritar Technologies
CGI Group Inc
Chalhoub Group
CIBC
Cinemas Guzzo
CIS Group
Cité de Dorval
Citifinancial
Club Sportif MAA
Colliers International
Concordia University
Coop Fédérée
Corporation de constructio Germano
Delmar International Inc.
Deloitte
Desjardins Capital Markets
Direction de sante publique de l'Agence de la sante et des services sociaux de Montreal
Dorel Industries
Dundee Capital Markets
Era environmental consulting
Eric Ray
Ernst & Young
explorance
Federation CJA
Fédération des Caisses Desjardins du Québec
Future Electronics
Genetec Inc
Globe Electric
Government of Canada
Government of Saskatchewan
Groupe Dynamite
Highyon Realty Inc., Brokerage
Hunt (Desjardins)
IBM
Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited
Industry Canada
Insight
ISI Group LLC
J. Walter Thompson
KPMG LLP
L.J van der Ham & Associates
Lasik MD
Laurentian Bank of Canada
LGBB, s.e.n.c.r.l
Limited Brands
Linea P. International
List My Business
London Life Financial
Marissa Bourdon
McGill University Health Centre
Meade Willis Inc
Mexx Canada
Modasuite Inc.
Moodys LLP
National Bank Financial
Nesbitt Burns
Novartis Pharmaceuticals Canada
Novotel Montreal Centre
Opinion Search
OPM Pros
Paladin Labs
Patterson Dental
Payza
Penson Financial Services Canada Inc.
Pepsico Beverages
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Prospera Credit Union
PWC
PWL Capital
Quantum
Randstad
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Inc.
RBC Royal Bank
Rio Tinto
Rogers Communications
Royal Bank of Canada
Satau Inc.
Scotia Capital
Scotia Mcleod
Scotiabank
Seedbox Technologies
Simlog
Société des Alcools du Québec
Standard life
Stingray360
SunLife Financial
Target Canada
TC Media
TD Canada Trust
TD Insurance
Techsailor
Tetra Pak Inc.
The SWAP Team
TrakMaps
Transcontinental
Uniprix
United Parcel Service (UPS)
Vigilant Global
Walgreens
Warner's Brothers Interactive
World Trade Securities
Xerox
York Holdings
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