Peace and Justice Studies Department First Destinations for 2016–2020 Graduates

Peace and Justice Studies Department First Destinations for 2016–2020 Graduates

95%
95% of Peace and Justice Studies Department majors were employed, accepted to graduate school, or participating in a service/volunteer program within 6 months of graduation
71.79%
Employed
15.38%
Graduate School
7.69%
Service Program
5.13%
Seeking

Highlighted Employers

Peace and Justice Studies Department Majors 2016–2020

Fulbright
Massachusetts General Hospital
Bank of America
Immigrant Justice Corps
Center for Gender & Refugee Studies
KinderCare

Top Industries

Peace and Justice Studies Department Majors Who Secured Employment 2016–2020

26.67%
Non-Profit/NGO
10.00%
Legal & Law Enforcement
10.00%
Other Education
10.00%
Higher Education
6.67%
K-12 Education
6.67%
Healthcare

Top Job Functions

Peace and Justice Studies Department Majors Who Secured Employment 2016–2020

20.00%
Education / Teaching / Training
20.00%
Legal
13.33%
Administration
10.00%
Customer/Technical Support
6.67%
Research

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.

Peace and Justice Studies Department data collected includes 39 graduates out of 42 degrees conferred between 2016–2020. Includes 13 double majors.

Questions: Tess Mattern, tmattern@wellesley.edu