Linguistics

The list that follows are the FIRST JOBS TAKEN and GRADUATE SCHOOLS ATTENDED by Linguistics majors immediately after their graduation. The data are collected from Career Services' annual survey of students graduating from the College. This list includes graduation years 2011, 2012, and 2013.

For the most recent data on broken down by major, please visit our Career Plan Survery reports and go to the major specific pages: 2014 | 2015 | 2016

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JOBS TAKEN BY LINGUISTICS MAJORS BY INDUSTRY

ConsultingLaw/Legal Services
Elementary/Secondary/Higher EducationNon-Profit/Social Service
Financial Services Retail/Wholesale
GovernmentTechnology
Healthcare


Consulting

Organization Title
AxiomNA (2013)
Transperfect TranslationsProject Coordinator (2010)

Elementary/Secondary/Higher Education

Organization Title
CUNY Queens CollegeIndependent Contractor - Research (2011)
Taurus EducationEducation Advisor (2010)

Financial Services

Organization Title

Government

Organization Title
U.S. NavyDivision Officer (2010)

Healthcare

Organization Title
Cooper University HospitalAnalyst (2014)
Moss Rehabilitation Research InstituteResearch Assistant (2010)

Law/Legal Services

Organization Title
PDT PartnersParalegal (2013)

Non-Profit/Social Service

Organization Title 
Catholic Charities Community ServicesMatch Grant Case Manager (2014)
National Yiddish Book CenterGraduate Fellow (2010)
Research for Action
Administrative Research Assistant (2013)

Retail/Wholesale

Organization Title

Technology

Organization Title
Agilence, Inc.Loss Prevention Analyst (2012)
AleloN/A (2010)
Centre for Internet and SocietyUndergraduate Research Fellow (2013)
Raytheon BBN TechnologiesAssociate Scientist (2013)
Trip AdvisorSoftware Engineer (2011)

GRADUATE SCHOOLS ATTENDED BY LINGUISTICS MAJORS

Field Institution
BusinessImperial College Business School (2012)
Education, American Sign LanguageColumbia University (2011)
HumanitiesHarvard University (2012)
University of California - Los Angeles (2012)
University of Chicago (2012)
Language SciencesUniversity College London (2011)

Law
Quinnipiac University (2012)
University of Chicago (2010)
Linguistics New York University (2011)
Stanford University (2010)
University of Pennsylvania (2010, 2013)
Near Eastern Studies (Cuneiform)University of California, Berkeley (2010)
Second Language StudiesIndiana University (2010)
Speech/Language Pathology Northwestern University (2010)