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GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT REPORTDEPARTMENT OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES ANDHEALTH EDUCATION (BSHE)ROLLINS SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH,EMORY UNIVERSITYCREATED BY THE OFFICE OF CAREE R DEVELOPMENT

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AND HEALTH EDUCATION GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT REPORT - 2018BSHE Class of 2018DepartmentTotal GraduatesTotal RespondentsResponse RateBSHE959499% The Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education (BSHE) class of 2018, with95 graduates, includes those who graduated in August 2017, December 2017 and May2018. The graduate outcomes information was collected at graduation and the unemployedreceived monthly follow-ups through the first year post-graduation until employment orcontinuing education was secured. The information in this report was self-reported survey data provided by the graduate. Data collection for this report was completed in May 2019, at the 12th month after the May2018 graduation. Information collected includes employment sector, salary range, amount of time spent jobsearching, and number of resumes sent.Graduate Degree StatusDepartmentMPHMSPHGrand TotalBSHE95095Surve y Respondents’ Post-Graduation EmploymentStatusOf the 95 graduates, 94 graduates from the Behavioral Sciences and Health EducationDepartment provided their post-graduation employment status through the completion of theGraduate Outcomes and Exit Survey within the 12-month data collection period.*EmployedNot SeekingEmploymentStill SeekingEmploymentDid NotRespond 1%100%ContinuingEducationBSHERATE*The data captured in the table above is required by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).Office of Career Development Rollins School of Public HealthPage 1 of 8

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AND HEALTH EDUCATION GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT REPORT - 2018International Student StatusThis chart indicates the percentage of international student graduates from the BSHEdepartment with a MPH/MSPH degree.Employment StatusThis chart indicates the employment status of the graduate class of 95 within 12 months postgraduation.Office of Career Development Rollins School of Public HealthPage 2 of 8

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AND HEALTH EDUCATION GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT REPORT - 2018The remainder of this report contains data from graduates that reported securing full-time/part-timeemployment. There were a total of 73 graduates that reported securing full-time/part-time employment.Employment by SectorOf the 73 reporting graduates that secured employment within 12-months post-graduation, 33%reported being employed with a government (state, local, federal) agency.Office of Career Development Rollins School of Public HealthPage 3 of 8

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AND HEALTH EDUCATION GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT REPORT - 2018Salary Range of Employed GraduatesThe median starting annual salary range reported by graduates securing full-time/part-timeemployment is 50,000 - 59,999. The salary data reported by graduates includes those thatreported working as a full-time volunteer, i.e. U.S. Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, etc., which offer astipend and full-time experience, but not a salary.Starting Salary of Employed Graduates by EmploymentSectorEmployment Sector% of EmployedGraduatesMedian Salary RangeUniversity or Research Institute(Academic)24% 40,000 - 49,999Government (State, Local, Federal)33% 50,000 - 59,999Hospital or Health Care Delivery Facility10% 50,000 - 59,999Nonprofit/NGO24% 50,000 - 59,999Proprietary Organization6% 50,000 - 59,999Private Practice/Self-Employed2% 50,000 - 59,999Other2% 90,000 - 99,999Office of Career Development Rollins School of Public HealthPage 4 of 8

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AND HEALTH EDUCATION GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT REPORT - 2018Region of Employed GraduatesThe region in which graduates reported being employed within 12-months post-graduation,along with percentage of employed graduates in the regions are represented below.20%8%5%2%62%3%Region% of EmployedGraduatesMedian Salary RangeInternational3%Not available*Midwest5% 40,000 - 49,999Northeast20% 50,000 - 59,999Southeast62% 50,000 - 59,999Southwest2%Not available*West8% 40,000 - 49,999*There were not enough respondents to determine a median without compromising confidentialityOffice of Career Development Rollins School of Public HealthPage 5 of 8

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AND HEALTH EDUCATION GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT REPORT - 2018Top 5 EmployersJob SourceOffice of Career Development Rollins School of Public HealthPage 6 of 8

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AND HEALTH EDUCATION GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT REPORT - 20182018 Graduate Employers and Job TitlesName of EmployerJob TitleAARPAbt AssociatesEvaluation Data AnalystAnalystTechnical Specialist, Sexual andReproductive Health and RightsCARECenter for Health Literacy, University of MarylandSchool of Public HealthFaculty AssistantCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Evaluation Fellow (ORISE)FellowHealth ScientistORISE Fellow (6)Project Evaluation FellowshipSynthesis and Translation ORISE FellowCenters for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA)CommunicateHealth, Inc.Community PharmacyCouncil of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE)DeloitteEmory UniversityEmory University, Rollins School of Public HealthGeorgia State University(GSU)Governor's Office of Highway SafetyHealth Research, Inc.Health Union, LLCHealthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of PalmBeach County, Inc.HumanaICFInstitute for Medical Research, Inc. (IMR)Leavitt PartnersLittle Tart BakeshopMarine Corps Community ServicesMental Health America of GeorgiaHealth Insurance Specialist (PresidentialManagement Fellow)Social Science Research AnalystWellness Data AnalystProject CoordinatorPharmacistProgram Analyst (3)ConsultantAdministrative AssistantAssistant professorAssistant Director - Student EngagementProgram CoordinatorPublic Health Program Associate (2)Research AssociateGrant PlannerProject CoordinatorSenior ManagerCommunity LiaisonHealth Programs ConsultantMonitoring and Evaluation SpecialistClinical Research CoordinatorAssociateFront Of House ManagerEducation Services SpecialistCommunity Development CoordinatorProgram Support CoordinatorOffice of Career Development Rollins School of Public HealthPage 7 of 8

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AND HEALTH EDUCATION GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT REPORT - 2018Name of EmployerJob TitleMichigan MedicineMorehouse School of MedicineNational Journal - Atlantic MediaNorthwestern UniversityResident PhysicianStudy CoordinatorHealth Policy AnalystResearch AssistantEvaluation FellowEvaluation SpecialistOak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE)Prevention and AssessmentEpidemiologistPhiladelphia Mental Health Care Corporation (PMHCC) Stepping Up Data CoordinatorPiedmont HospitalPhysician AssistantPricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)Public Sector AssociateSEED MadagascarMaternal and Child Health SpecialistShanghai Mental Health Center-Emory UniversityCollaborative Center ResearcherTemple UniversityTechnical Research CoordinatorTexas Council on Family ViolencePrevention CoordinatorThe David and Lucile Packard FoundationProgram AnalystUniversity of California, San DiegoResearch Project CoordinatorUniversity of California, San FranciscoAssistant Clinical Research CoordinatorVanderbilt University Medical CenterHealth Policy AnalystWashington University in St. LouisResearch and Writing AssistantWilliamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) Vaccine Outreach SpecialistYale New Haven HealthResearch AssociateLocation of Employed GraduatesFort Dauphin, MadagascarShanghai, ChinaAnn Arbor, MIChicago, IL*St. Louis, MOAlbany, NYBaltimore, MD*Bethesda, MDCollege Park, MDNew Haven, CTPhiladelphia, PA*Rockville, MD*Washington, DC*Atlanta, GA*Buford, GAChamblee, GA*Clarkston, GADecatur, GADurham, NCEllenwood, GAFairfax, VAJackson, MSLawrenceville, GALouisville, KYNashville, TNWest Palm Beach, FLAustin, TXHouston, TXRound Rock, TXLos Altos, CALos Angeles, CASalt Lake City, UTSan Diego, CASan Francisco, CA*Location reported by more than 1 graduateOffice of Career Development Rollins School of Public HealthPage 8 of 8

Employment by Sector Of the 73 reporting graduates that secured employment within 12-months post-graduation, 33% reported being employed with a government (state, local, federal) agency. The remainder of this report contains data from graduates that reported securing full-time/part-time employment.