Penn bachelor degree holders are paid the 10th highest average salary in the nation, according to this year's report from the salary information company PayScale.
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As Penn’s newest crop of Quakers, you’re probably looking forward to four years of fun and excitement. But first, you need to make sure you know how to choose the right classes. Here are some tips that will help.
Every year, thousands of Penn students leave campus after graduating to pursue careers across the globe — but many never leave.
Penn has a Truman Scholar for the third year running.
Getting a job after graduation as an international student is much more complicated than doing so as an American. Fortunately, Penn’s doing whatever it can to make it easier.
The individualized major is listed among the College of Arts and Science's roughly 60 existing courses of study, but only a handful of students pursue the option. Each year, typically fewer than five students graduate with an individualized major — in 2012 there was only one.
For many students, the lure of the corporate world has long been a draw over things like nonprofit work. But in the past few years, the University has taken steps to support students interested in nonprofit careers.
Consulting is usually associated with opulence and constant traveling, yet thousands of Penn students seek consulting jobs every year for more than superficial motivations.
For students who do notknow where to call when they experience mental health issues, the Undergraduate Assembly's new Wellness Guide will help them figure out the right number to dial.
One Wharton graduate’s career path led him from finance to Google to a trailer-run startup.
Employment statistics prove Penn’s reputation of high pre-professionalism, with very few graduates lacking post-Penn plans.
With the introduction of two new classes, the Finance Department proves it is on the cutting edge of business evolution.
Mastering painting and drawing is no longer enough to succeed in the animation industry — coding and scripting are essential requirements for a position at a top animation firm.
Almost two years and four months in the making, the Penn Wharton China Center is finally approaching its grand opening.
The Daily Pennsylvanian analyzed undergraduate employment statistics provided by Career Services. Students searching for jobs and internships and participating in On Campus Recruiting this semester might be surprised at some of the findings — business doesn't always reign supreme.
Four Penn freshmen are working on a startup that helps visually impaired people “see the world.”
Last week, Philadelphia was chosen for the second time as the host city of the annual summit for young people who "move the world."
Penn Police already has more than 130 cameras set up around campus. Now the Division of Public Safety is considering putting cameras on its officers.