Salary expectations are ambitious for the 2017 grads
compared to actual salaries of recent graduates.
Let us have some time with other new grads
to vent and compare notes.
Katie Burgess, who is now employed by Newcastle practice Ryder Architecture, said: "Being a GRAD
reminded me how fun architecture can be, doing a variety of projects from real ones with real clients, to our own light-hearted competitions.
Cesar Santoy, a 2004 grad
, recently became executive director of the Hispanic American Construction Industry Association.
In the meantime, the Harvard grad
is seeking more venture capital this year to expand operations to three more Latin American nations, which he won't identify for fear of tipping off the competition.
Charlene Olson, who produced Exhuming Tyler, is a grad
of the Producer Lab.
Elders Eva Bereti, Rita Norris and Dave Belleau, along with the university's chairperson, chancellor and president, were on stage to personally congratulate the grads
as they accepted their diplomas and degrees.
It's also clear that high school grads
get jobs at a higher rate and make more money than non-graduates.
Rather, the use of GRADS
to design arbors for "optimizing" fixed saw gang rips increases the yield obtainable and alters the evaluation process for those considering a rip first strategy.
Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that college grads
with degrees in finance can only expect an average starting income under $50,000 as many first-time job seekers flood Wall Street and begin years of crunching numbers in tiny, gray cubicles.
2 percent of grads
from the class of 2012 secured long-term, full-time positions that required bar passage.
Eleven percent of the county's grads
went on to CSU schools and 7 percent went to UC schools.