University of Baltimore Profile

Key Facts:

Total 2015 Graduates: 267

  • 0.4% of graduates were employed in school-funded jobs. 0% were in full-time, long-term school-funded jobs (i.e. the job was for at least 35 hours per week, and had a fixed duration of at least one year or the job had no definite duration).
  • 53.2% of graduates were known to be employed in long-term, full-time legal jobs. This figure includes no school-funded jobs.
  • 86.5% graduates were employed in long-term jobs.
  • 82% graduates were employed in full-time jobs.

Credentials?

Duration & Hours?

School-Funded?

School-Funded0.4%
Short-Term, Part-Time
J.D. Advantage
0.4%
Employed - Other90.6%
Non-Employed9%
100%

Raw Data:

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School-Funded Jobs

School-Funded Jobs
Long Term
Full Time
Long Term
Part Time
Short Term
Full Time
Short Term
Part Time
Total
Bar Passage Required 0 0 0 0 0
J.D. Advantage 0 0 0 1 1
Professional 0 0 0 0 0
Non-Professional 0 0 0 0 0
Total Law School Funded 0 0 0 1 1

Job Duration & Hours

Long-Term Full-Time79%
Long-Term Part-Time7.5%
Short-Term Full-Time3%
Short-Term Part-Time1.1%
Unknown0%
Non-Employed9%
100%

Credentials

Bar Passage Required
Long-Term Full-Time53.2%
Long-Term Part-Time0%
Short-Term Full-Time1.9%
Short-Term Part-Time0%
J.D. Advantage
Long-Term Full-Time21%
Long-Term Part-Time3.4%
Short-Term Full-Time1.1%
Short-Term Part-Time0.7%
Professional
Long-Term Full-Time4.5%
Long-Term Part-Time1.5%
Short-Term Full-Time0%
Short-Term Part-Time0.4%
Non-Professional
Long-Term Full-Time0.4%
Long-Term Part-Time2.6%
Short-Term Full-Time0%
Short-Term Part-Time0%
Law School Funded
Long-Term Full-Time0%
Long-Term Part-Time0%
Short-Term Full-Time0%
Short-Term Part-Time0.4%
Unknown
Long-Term Full-Time0%
Long-Term Part-Time0%
Short-Term Full-Time0%
Short-Term Part-Time0%
Non-Employed9%
100%
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