The information below is based on data collected from Huskies starting just prior to graduation up until 7 months following graduation. Also known as Next Destination, the data provide a snapshot of UW-Seattle undergraduates’ success following degree completion. This information is collected by the Career & Internship Center, the Office of Educational Assessment and various academic units in accordance with national standards.
Knowledge rates: Class of 2018 – 25%, Class of 2019 – 51%, Class of 2020 – 47%, and Class of 2021 – 41%. Response rates vary widely among colleges and departments.
Data for the Class of 2022 should be available on this page by September 2023. In the meantime, the data can be accessed at this link.
For additional information, check out our Job Trends & Salaries page.
Huskies pursue an array of plans after graduation. This graph depicts what recent graduates are doing within a few months after degree completion.
These employers, most of which have a strong presence in Puget Sound, hired the most Huskies but UW graduates report working at over 1,000 different employers each year.
Many Huskies stay in WA but Huskies are sprinkled throughout the nation and world.
Job titles vary across employers and sectors but these were the most common entry-level job titles reported by survey respondents.
All respondents were asked how many internships or internship-like activities (practica, fieldwork, etc.), paid or unpaid, they completed during college. Statistical analyses indicate that those who participated in internships were 1) less likely to still be seeking work, and, if employed, 2) more likely to be in a career-related position.
Graduates who choose to pursue additional education do so at many different schools across the nation, though many choose to stay at UW.
Huskies pursue a variety of educational options after degree completion.
Fields of Study
UW graduates are accepted into a range of educational programs.