Recent Graduates Employment and Earnings Survey

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The purpose of the Recent Graduates Employment and Earnings Survey is to collect information about the average earnings of graduates from programs whose students receive federal financial aid and which are subject to regulations on gainful employment.

The information you provide on this survey will be grouped with information from other graduates of your program. Average earnings for all graduates of the program will be calculated and reported to the U.S. Department of Education. Your individual earnings will never be reported, disclosed, or used in any other manner.

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The next few questions are about employment earnings during the 2014 calendar year.

This survey asks about wages and self-employment income separately. In some cases, it may not be clear to you where earnings you received should be reported. Please just use your best judgment about this, but please do NOT report the same earnings more than once. Remember to include earnings from ALL jobs, even if they are not related to your degree or certificate. Please do NOT include sources of income other than employment, such as alimony, child support, social security, disability, or unemployment compensation.

3. Did you receive any wages, salary, tips, overtime pay, bonuses, or commissions from an employer in 2014?
4. Excluding any income mentioned above, did you receive any self- employment income, including income from your own business, in 2014?
5. People sometimes earn extra money doing work outside of their regular jobs, such as freelancing, consulting, moonlighting, or doing other casual jobs. In 2014, did you earn any other money from work you did that you have not already reported on this survey?