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Common careers for University of Houston students Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General) 80k Based on 32,424 student responses 57.5k Avg. Early Career Pay 104.3k Avg. Mid-Career Pay 50% in High-Meaning careers 24% in STEM careers Net price of attending University of Houston University of Houston financial aid
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per year Average total loans $7,618 Average federal loans $5,116
Lots of interesting clubs and activities Diverse and Inclusive LGBTQ+ friendly Welcoming student body Close to activities in a city WHAT I LIKED I love how it feels like a community. There's many resources that can help you build a successful future and create long-lasting friendships. WHAT I didn’t LIKE As any other low-income student would feel, tuition and housing options are a bit high. Better financial help would be greatly appreciated. WHAT I LIKED Great opportunities for career development. WHAT I LIKED I like the diversity that the school has to offer. They have many things going activities around campus all the time. My professors are very welcoming and easy to talk to. WHAT I didn’t LIKE I wish that things were closer together because the campus is so big. WHAT I LIKED The professors I've had are really amazing, they've sparked a passion in me and I go to campus every day excited to learn. WHAT I didn’t LIKE I wish there were more course sections available with a wider variety of professors available. WHAT I LIKED It is a very diverse institution, and all the professors are friendly and fair. WHAT I didn’t LIKE The parking is not great, expensive and far. WHAT I LIKED I like that there are hundreds of resources for everything you could possibly imagine you might need a resource for. WHAT I didn’t LIKE I don't live on campus so I can't really say what I didn't like about it.
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