Panthers on the Move Survey


Increase the value of your Robinson degree!

Robinson College of Business graduates will have the opportunity to complete a Panthers on the Move survey to capture employment outcomes. By completing this survey, students help the college continue to deliver top programs, support our students and alumni in their career endeavors, and increase the value of the Robinson degree.

Responses also will help us share data in aggregate form with future students.

Here are five reasons to complete the Panthers on the Move survey.

  • Employment statistics to show how strong you, your classmates and your program are
  • Placement rates encourage the next generation of students to apply to Robinson
  • A list of employers hiring Robinson students encourages more companies to connect with us
  • The number of industries represented is impressive
  • Salary ranges build value for your degree

Complete the Survey 

Take a look at what a few of Robinson’s graduates have experienced:

One Executive MBA student had a long career in banking, most recently with Chase. An executive with Bank of America was leading an event at Robinson, met the student, saw his resume and felt that he was an appropriate fit for a senior role at Bank of America. The student received a nearly 20 percent increase in compensation as well as a title change.

Robinson’s Career Advancement Center learned about TopRight Partners, and its CEO, in spring 2015 when the company was looking for consumer marketing professionals to participate in panel discussions and mentoring. Now two years later, the company has hired four graduates.

One Georgia State graduate with a B.B.A. in finance was working full-time at State Farm as an underwriter spending 80-90 percent of his time on the phones with customers. He enrolled in the master of science in finance program, and midway through the program, he was offered a temporary position with The Coca-Cola Company—which later turned into a full-time offer as a volume analyst. 

Shortly after starting the master of taxation program, one student from China received a tax internship offer with Cox Enterprises, which ultimately led to several full-time offers with public accounting firms including the position she accepted with PwC.

One student with experience in food service found she preferred the human resources component within the hospitality industry. Through her program, hard work and solid networking, she secured a full-time role with Marriott International before her program was complete.