University of Michigan
- 98 percent of graduates are employed, continuing their education, or not seeking employment
- Nearly half of graduates work in a hospital or health care provider setting, or academia
- Graduates are employed at companies and organizations such as Google, 23andMe, the CDC, the FDA, General Motors, Cleveland Clinic, and Accenture, among many others
*These figures are based on self-reported data and data collected by the Michigan Public Health Career Development Office about 2018 master level, full-time, residential program graduates.
Michigan Public Health alumni are driven by a collective mission to help people by solving important problems. There are more than 1,200 current students, 530 faculty and staff, and 16,000 alumni of the School of Public Health. The University of Michigan’s overall alumni network includes more than 545,000 living graduates worldwide.
The Michigan School of Public Health Career Development Office is focused on bridging the gap between school training and professional goals. The office works closely with recruiters from leading public health organizations to assist students in forging careers.
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