UTSA graduates are making an impressive showing in the job market, and they’re starting to get the recognition they deserve.
According to the latest U.S. News and World Report survey, more than 2,000 UTSA alumni have earned a bachelor’s degree or higher, with nearly a third of them in management or technical fields.
The survey also found that the median salary for UTSA students is $73,400, and the average salary is $91,600.
UTSA also has the highest median annual earnings for full-time undergraduate students.
As a result, graduates are seeing their salaries rise.
However, the job prospects for UTSAs aren’t looking too bright for many in the industry.
UTSAS degree holders are in a position to make good money for a number of reasons, but one of the biggest is that UTSA degrees tend to pay better than a bachelor degree, and a UTSA is likely to have lower job-hunting and job-market skills than a comparable undergraduate degree.
A UTSA student can earn an associate’s degree and earn between $62,500 and $75,500, and graduate with a bachelor of arts degree, earning $89,000 to $119,000.
A bachelor of business administration degree can earn $79,000 and graduate, with a master of business degree earning $124,000, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
There’s also a strong argument that UTSIs are more likely to get a job, as they can work with more people, said UTSA associate dean for admissions and graduate studies David L. McElroy, who is a co-author of the survey.
The biggest issue for UTsAs is getting a job in the field they are pursuing, said McElry.
UTs have higher job-search success rates, he said, and if you want to get into a field that you have a high chance of getting into, it’s going to be a better bet to go to school in a school that has a good reputation.
There are a number factors that can cause a UTsA to be able to land a job that a bachelor doesn’t, McElray said.
It can be a university’s reputation or the reputation of the institution itself.
For example, the perception of UTSA as an elite school is likely higher than a graduate school’s reputation, he added.
The job market for UTAs is also growing, said Lillian L. Dennison, vice president of research and development at the Association of American Colleges and Universities.
UTAs are now a majority of the jobs in the U.N. and in international schools, she said.
For the most part, jobs in those fields are higher paying than jobs in higher education.
As the U-T San Antonio report noted, graduates who are in management and technical fields earn an average salary of $81,700 and graduate in four years, and graduates in management, science and technology earn an additional $84,900.
A graduate degree is also more valuable than a master’s, and employers can’t offer graduate degrees to all students, Dennision said.
The National Association for Colleges and Occupations said that about half of UTsAS graduates will land a position in management-related occupations.
However “that is very different than the average job in management,” she added.
“Many of those jobs are not in the health care industry.”
A UTSA student’s resume may not show that they’re working in a higher-paying field, Denny Wahl, associate dean of admissions and career services at UTSA, said in a statement.
But the numbers indicate that many UTSAsAs are still earning their degree.
“A lot of our students are continuing to graduate and are earning an average wage, and we are seeing that as a positive,” Wahl said.
He added that the UTSA’s job-growth numbers were “much higher” in 2015, with the average percentage of graduates getting hired being 3.7% compared to 4.1% in 2014.
He said the report did not include all industries that are not health care and financial services.
That includes healthcare and other health care services, construction, manufacturing, professional, administrative and technical occupations, according the report.
The number of UTSas getting jobs in such fields is higher than the national average, Wahl added.
However he did note that there are a lot of industries that do not appear in the national survey, and that many of those could be more difficult to find.
The Association of Career Colleges and Career Education, an organization that represents career colleges and career education providers, said the association has been working to help UTSA to improve its workforce in the last decade.
It said that the number of students graduating in the UTs has grown from 1,854 in 2002 to 2,908 in 2015.
It’s also said that more and more UTsas are working in fields that are traditionally underrepresented