Career Opportunities Center

S&T freshmen get career insight, even before classes begin

Posted by on August 9, 2012

When more than 1,100 freshmen flood the campus of Missouri University of Science and Technology on Saturday, Aug. 11, landing a job after graduation won’t be their main concern — meeting roommates and scheduling their classes will be the priority. But university officials know that the sooner students are introduced to the companies that will need them in a few years, the better prepared they will be for the future.

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Starting salaries remain strong for S&T grads

Posted by on July 26, 2011

Graduates of Missouri University of Science and Technology earn some of the highest starting salaries in the nation, according to a recent report by Payscale Inc., a Seattle-based research firm.

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Career Opportunities Center to change name

Posted by on December 13, 2010

To better represent the services it provides to employers as well as students, the Career Opportunities Center at Missouri University of Science and Technology will take on a new name in the new year.

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Starting salaries remain strong for S&T grads

Posted by on July 27, 2010

Graduates of Missouri University of Science and Technology earn some of the highest starting salaries in the nation, according to a recent report by Payscale Inc., a Seattle-based research firm.

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Demand remains high for S&T grads

Posted by on May 14, 2009

Even in the down economy, this spring’s graduates of Missouri University of Science and Technology continue to draw the attention of prospective employers. But rather than getting half a dozen offers from competing Fortune 500 companies, students are now looking at fewer offers, mostly from smaller firms or startups.

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Fall 2008 Career Fair: students in high demand

Posted by on September 25, 2008

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Even in a tough economy, the future looks bright for Missouri University of Science and Technology students. A record number of employers visited the Missouri S&T campus Tuesday, Sept. 23, to try to convince some of the most highly sought after college students in the nation to come to work for their companies.

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