East Asian Languages and Cultures Department First Destinations 2016–2020 Graduates

East Asian Languages and Cultures Department First Destinations 2016–2020 Graduates

92%
92% of East Asian Languages and Cultures Department majors were employed, accepted to graduate school, or participating in a service/volunteer program within 6 months of graduation
76.60%
Employed
14.89%
Graduate School
8.51%
Seeking

Highlighted Employers

East Asian Languages and Cultures Department Majors 2016–2020

Fulbright
Goldman Sachs
National Palace Museum
BNP Paribas
Accenture
M&T Bank

Top Industries

East Asian Languages and Cultures Department Majors Who Secured Employment 2016–2020

14.71%
Higher Education
11.76%
Investment Banking
8.82%
Non-Profit/NGO
8.82%
Commercial Banking & Credit
8.82%
Investment / Portfolio Management
5.88%
Other Education

Top Job Functions

East Asian Languages and Cultures Department Majors Who Secured Employment 2016–2020

17.65%
Finance
8.82%
Marketing - General
8.82%
Education / Teaching / Training
5.88%
Business Development
5.88%
Data & Analytics
5.88%
Product / Project Management

Data Source: Career Education First Destination Survey, in partnership with the Office of Institutional Research (OIR). Questions are to the NACE standard. The survey launches in May each year and closes December 1.

East Asian Languages and Cultures Department data collected includes 47 graduates out of 53 degrees conferred between 2016–2020. Majors include Chinese Language & Culture and Japanese Language & Culture. Includes 22 double majors.

Questions: Tess Mattern, tmattern@wellesley.edu