Actual google sheet can be found here.
So what is this?
There is a group of bootcamps that, biyearly, report their results in a mutually agreed upon format. These are the results reported by that set of bootcamps from the first half of 2018.
That group is the CIRR (Council on Integrity on Results Reporting) and that data can be found here.
- 79.3% of graduates get jobs
- 76.9% of attendees graduate
- 60.7% of attendees get jobs
Keep in mind
1) Some bootcamps "fire" students
Some bootcamps part ways with underperforming students prior to graduation to ensure their graduate employment rates are reflective of results for people who have mastered their curriculum.
2) Employment is broadly defined
Employment includes full time work, part time work, contract work, and internships as its used here.
3) Online programs have lower graduation rates
If you see a really low graduation rate, it's likely for an online program.
4) These averages are depressed by online programs
The presence of online programs in this data drags down the quoted averages.
5) Employment numbers are reported 6 months post graduation
A program's employment rate reflects the number of graduates that are employed 6 months after having completed the program. This is because it often takes bootcamp graduates 3-6 months to find a job.
6) These results are likely better than average
In general, companies tend to share good news when they have it and keep quiet about bad news. By virtue of the fact that they're getting reported, it's likely that these results are better than average.
Top comments (2)
Good to know that 79.3% number is consistent with what you've seen!
Just out of curiosity, what city are you based out of? I've found that job markets vary quite a bit from place to place.
I ask because what you mentioned about java and the timeframe for getting a job is a bit different from what I've seen in New York specifically.