Employment Statistics

The Duke Master of Engineering Management Program prepares its students for a wide variety of careers.

Duke Engineering's dedicated Master's Career Services and Professional Development team supports all MEM students with both internship and job searches, including major-specific resources, career management skills, building professional relationships, and exploring opportunities with top organizations. 


Overall Employment Statistics 2017 2018 2019
% employed (full-time or intern) or pursuing further education within 6 months of graduation 93% 92% 87%
# of graduates included in statistics 136 128 130
Salary 2017 2018 2019
Average $80,677 $83,060 $84,544
25th percentile $70,000 $70,750 $70,000
75th percentile $93,375 $90,000 $100,000
*based on US full-time salaries.      

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Employment Distribution by Job Function for 2019 graduates

Employment by Job Area


How Students Obtained Employment in 2019

How Students Obtained Employment

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