Career Placement - Human Development and Family Studies



Ph.D. students between 2011 and 2016

Employed In-field Employed Out-of-field Continuing Education Seeking
91% 0% 0% 9%

Subset of career titles with those employed: Adjunct Instructor, Lecturer, Post Doctoral Research Associate, Assistant Professor, Lecturer, Hdfs Dept., Assistant Professor Of Education, Psychology Instructor, Therapist, Adjunct Faculty, Assistant Professor Of Psychology

Response rate: 97%

National Employment Statistics The National Science Board (NSB) infographic tool showing long-term career trajectories showing the diverse possibilities for this discipline.


Master's students between 2011 and 2016

Employed In-field Employed Out-of-field Continuing Education Seeking
39% 0% 53% 6%

Subset of career titles with those employed: Training Specialist Ii, Facilitator, Research Assistant, Child Care Consultant, Director Information Management, Rural Sart Coordinator, Food And Nutrition Program Assistant, Family Caregiver Specialist, Outpatient Therapist

Response rate: 97%


* The above data is based on data from an employment survey completed within 6 months after graduation. If the percentages do not add up to 100%, the remaining graduates were not seeking employment at the 6 month mark.