Flatiron School's Most Recent
Student Outcomes Data


2018 Online Outcomes Report:
 

Addressable Population

1. The addressable population of 229 students is the number of students who completed the program between November 15, 2015 and December 31, 2017.

Employment Outcomes 

2. Of 229 total addressable students,

a. 184 students (80%) had completed a Job-Search Cycle1
b. 40 students (17%) were defined as not job-seeking

i. Of the students who have opted out of or were not job-seeking, 9 were not job-seeking for personal reasons such as illness, moving abroad, or other relocation, chose to pursue further higher education programs, such as Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees, 1 was unresponsive to outreach from our Career Services team, 3 chose to pursue non-engineering roles, 11 were not eligible for career services support under our terms of service, 2 returned to their previous employer, 4 became entrepreneurs, 3 opted out from receiving career services support, and 6 accepted non-coding or unpaid jobs before completing a Job-Search Cycle and chose to stop job-seeking.

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c. 5 students (2%) had not yet completed a Job-Search Cycle as of the compiling of this report

3. Of 184 students who completed a Job-Search Cycle, job placement data was available for 182 (99%).
Of the 182 students for whom job placement data was available, 94% (171) accepted a job offer4. 6% (11) had not accepted a job as of the compiling of this report. 

4. Of 171 students who accepted offers, job structure was as follows:

a. 72% (123) accepted a full-time salaried role
b. 26% (45) accepted a full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, or freelance role
c. 2% (3) accepted part-time work equating to more than 20 but less than 30 hours per week, and chose to stop job-seeking

5. Of 171 students who accepted offers, compensation data was available for 165 (96%) students. Compensation data was not available for 6 (4%) students. Of 165 students for whom compensation data was available, compensation was as follows:

a. Average starting salary for a full-time salaried role was $66,774
b. Average pay for a full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, or freelance role, or part-time work, was $28 per hour

6. Of 171 students who accepted offers,

a. 85% (145) were in Software Engineering
b. 8% (13) were in Technical Teaching
c. 5% (8) were in Technical Product or Project Management
d. 3% (5) were in other technical disciplines, or employed in more than one technical discipline simultaneously

 2018 NYC Immersive Outcomes Report:  

Addressable Population

1. The addressable population of 274 students is the number of students who were scheduled to complete an in-person Flatiron School immersive software engineering program between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017.

Of 274 addressable students included in this Report, 260 (95%) graduated from an in-person Flatiron School immersive software engineering program. Of the 260 students who graduated:

Of 274 addressable students included in this Report, 14 (5%) did not graduate from an in-person Flatiron School immersive software engineering program.

Of the students who did not graduate from an in-person Flatiron School immersive software engineering program, 9 transferred to the Online Software Engineering Bootcamp, 1 accepted a job before graduating the course and has not yet graduated as of the compiling of this Report, and 4 withdrew from Flatiron School.

Employment Outcomes

1. Of 260 students who graduated from an in-person Flatiron School immersive software engineering program,

  1. 215 students (83%) had completed a Job-Search Cycle

  2. b.45 students (17%) were defined as not job-seeking

i. Of the 45 students who were defined as not job-seeking, 2 were not job-seeking for personal reasons such as illness, moving abroad, or other relocation, 4 chose to pursue further higher education programs, such as Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees, 13 were unresponsive to outreach from our Career Services team, 6 chose to pursue non-engineering roles, 4 were not eligible for career services support under our terms of service, 5 returned to their previous employer or field, 3 became entrepreneurs, 5 opted out from receiving career services support, 1 had accepted a job offer before starting the program, and 2 paused the job search for more than 90 days following graduation.

2. Of 215 students who completed a Job-Search Cycle, employment data was available for 213 (99%). Of the 213 students for whom employment data was available, 97% (207) accepted a job offer.  3% (6) had not accepted a job as of the compiling of this Report.

3. Of 213 students for whom employment data was available, time to employment was as follows:

  1. 31% (66) had accepted a job within 30 days

  2. 55% (117)  had accepted a job within 60 days

  3. 79% (169) had accepted a job within 120 days

  4. 91% (194) had accepted a job within 180 days

  5. 97% (207) had accepted a job within 365 days

4. Of 207 students who accepted offers, job structure was as follows:

  1. 74% (154) accepted a full-time salaried role

  2. 25% (51) accepted a full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, or freelance role

  3. 1% (2) accepted part-time work equating to more than 20 but less than 30 hours per week, and chose to stop job-seeking

5. Of 207 students who accepted offers, compensation data was available for 202 (98%) students. Compensation data was not available for 5 (2%) students.

Of 202 students for whom compensation data was available, compensation was as follows:

  1. Average starting salary for a full-time salaried role was $73,806

  2. Average pay for a contract, internship, apprenticeship, part-time or freelance role was $30 per hour

6. Of 207 students who accepted offers:

  1. 83% (172) were in Software Engineering

  2. 7% (14) were in Technical Teaching

  3. 6% (13) were in Technical Product or Project Management

  4. .3% (7) were in other technical disciplines, such as QA, Data Analytics, or Technical Sales

  5. Data was not available for 1 (<1%).