Class of 2022:
Where have they landed?
Ninety-six percent of graduates from Boston College’s Class of 2022 were employed, enrolled in graduate school, or involved in a fellowship or volunteer experience. The findings, underscore the value of a BC education and showcase the impressive accomplishments of the students who earned their diplomas during an unprecedented, challenging year.
First destinations interactive dashboard
Use the links below to explore first destinations of graduates by school, major, industry, location, and more.
Where the Class of 2022 Has Landed
enrolled in graduate school
involved in service or fellowship programs
Median starting salary for the Class of 2022
Employment: Top Industries
26% Financial Services & Real Estate
20% Healthcare, Life and Physical Sciences, Environment
16% Business Services, Consulting, Management
7% Government, Law, Public Policy
6% Technology, Engineering, Startups, Entreneurship
Deloitte, EY, KPMG, Citi, FTI Consulting, Cambridge Associates, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Microsoft, Amazon, L'Oreal, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Children's Hospital, PwC, Goldman Sachs, Epsilon, Wayfair, Ropes & Gray LLP, Dell Technologies, The TJX Companies Inc, CBRE, McKinsey & Company, McLean Hospital, Mintz, Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Boston Public Schools, Boston Red Sox, Lionsgate
Graduate School: Top Programs
Select Graduate Schools:
Boston College, Boston University, Columbia University, New York University, University of Notre Dame, University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown University, Tufts University, University of Virginia, Cornell University, Duke University, Northwestern University, St John’s University, Suffolk University, University of Miami
While enrolled at BC, graduates participated in the following activities
community service/volunteer work
student organization leadership roles
“The Class of 2022 enjoyed remarkably successful post-graduate, first-destination outcomes. The success is a testament to their effort and the rich experience they had in and outside the classroom at Boston College.”