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prior which would have measured students two years after graduationGraduates from the School of Medicine and Health Sciences made surprisingly little that first year reporting $35667 on averageSenior Associate Dean for Education Gwen Halaas said the low dollar figure could be because of the student sample size On top of that the survey stated no male graduates from the SMHS reported their salaries"The number reported doesn’t reflect the reality of students and what they’re doing after graduation" she saidHalaas said of the about 1200 students at the SMHS about 300 are doctoral students who will go into residency programs where they usually make between $50000 and $80000 in an annual stipend for anywhere from three to eight years after graduation"For a student debt is overwhelming so that is their biggest concern and we try to reassure them that once they get into practice once they’re through their residency they’ll be earning enough money regardless of specialty to pay off those debts" she saidHalaas said the remaining 900 students in other SMHS areas of study — physical and occupational therapy basic sciences public health — made anywhere between $35000 to $70000 straight out of school if they get a job in their fieldRetaining graduatesIn total 44 percent of survey respondents said they were currently residing in North Dakota when taking the survey any time from late 2013 into the summer of 2014 Thirty-one percent reported they were living in Minnesota"We want to serve the state" Light said "We want to create well-rounded graduates who can be leaders in all sorts of different areas"The report had positive retention findings: 39 percent of respondents who had graduated from a US high school outside of North Dakota or Minnesota reported living in North Dakota following graduation which was the survey’s highest recorded rate everLocation also affected salaries as engineering students made an average of $66250 annually outside of Minnesota and North DakotaEl-Rewini said he sees more students going into engineering to have an impact on the world not just make money"We are dealing with a new generation" he said "It’s totally different"For all graduates the average annual salary was $41267 for North Dakota residents $42661 for Minnesota residents and $44293 for those residing elsewhereWorth itFemale graduates surveyed reported making 88 percent on average annually of what their male counterparts made but the two colleges where women’s salaries were higher than men’s were at the nursing and engineering collegesOverall students reported using their degreesJon Vlasic another UND engineering student who will also be graduating in May has accepted a job in Chicago where he’ll be working in engineering sales"On those long nights studying it was like ‘OK there’s a light at the end of the tunnel and I’m going to get a good job when I graduate finally’" he saidIn total 95 percent of respondents reported being employed or continuing their education and more than 80 percent of respondents said their job was either directly or somewhat related to their educational experience at UND"I think it demonstrates a proxy for the value of the education" Light saidHalaas said this was definitely true at the SMHS"My understanding of our success rate in terms of students being employed as health professionals in the programs within which they trained is very high" she said "There’s such a demand for health professionals I don’t think we have very many grads who aren’t actually employed in the profession for which they trained"Light said it made sense to him that a percentage of graduates aren’t "directly" using their degrees because the aim of a liberal arts education is to give students a wide skill set in both verbal and nonverbal communication critical thinking and analyzation"Those are translatable skills" he said "They translate across what employers want to see" which many have condemned, “This is the brand new ‘Geiba’ Bridge 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