Companies Ready To Shell Out Big Money, For College Grads With Autonomous Experience

Leading American University, Carnegie Mellon has been an expert in the Autonomous Domain for a long time now. With time comes experience and the right framework to prepare its graduates for the drifts and turns in the industry. This is exactly what has propelled the University to greater heights today. Research scholars have been building autonomous cars to drive them around campus and local parks way back since the 1980s.

Andrew Moore, dean of CMU’s computer science school, revealed that the salary packages for computer vision graduates have reached “unheard of” levels. With lot of companies crowding up at the Pittsburgh arena, companies are ready to rope in the best of the talent at any cost. Things have escalated to point where certain grads, have received offers as high as $200,000.

According to Industry experts, this trend will continue in the coming years and one might even come across mind boggling offers for the best of personnel. The hefty salaries likely will help new graduates tackle any debt they accumulated at the school, which costs about $68,000 per year to attend.

Companies Ready To Shell Out Big Money, For College Grads With Autonomous Experience

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