According to a recent study from the Dept. of Education and Dept. of Treasury, Duke University graduates earn an average of $76,700 a year in salary.
Their median student loan payment is $72 a month. And their typical total federal loan debt is $6,500, which excludes private loans. (Read more details here)
DUKE'S COMPUTER SCIENCE MAJORS
But those averages are for all areas of study, from English majors to Engineering.
Specifically some of Duke University's Computer Science grads earn more than median 76K, while some, unfortunately take home much less, even ten years after graduating.
WHAT CAUSES THE CAREER DIFFERENCE?
Why are some of Duke's Computer Science graduates enjoying successful careers, while others are under-employed, or not working in their field of study?
To answer that question, Coder Foundry, a coding bootcamp based in North Carolina put together a "developer job roadmap" for Duke graduates who want to land their first programming job, or level up their current career as a programmer.
Hundreds of programmers have used Coder Foundry's free Roadmap to identify the hidden roadblocks that are holding back their careers.
Click below to learn more and receive the Developer Job Roadmap over email.