What Can I do With My Major?

As Barbara Hewitt recently stated on the blog, the Career Plans Survey from the Wharton Undergraduate Class of 2012 is completed.

For current students, the survey is a great resource to see what students have gone onto after they have graduated. While 5.3% of the Wharton students pursued further education, the vast majority went right to working full-time.

You can view the full survey here:


(You can view all the reports at the following site: http://www.vpul.upenn.edu/careerservices/undergrad/reports.html The Career Plans surveys for the College of Arts and Sciences and Engineering Schools for 2012 should be done soon.)

Also on our website is a listing of all the companies that Wharton graduates are employed at within the past few years. You see the list here:


For Wharton, we also have a list of where students have been employed, depending upon their different concentrations. You can access that resource here:


Even if you’re not in Wharton, they are several resources available to you.

First, there is a website called What Can I do with This Major that will help to give you examples of what other people in your major have done for employment.

Additionally, if you happen to be in the College of Arts & Sciences, you can view the list of where students have been employed here:


Author: Robert Gannone

Robert Gannone is the Administrative Assistant for the Career Services staff working with the School of Engineering and Wharton undergraduates.