At the end of last month, the ABA released the results of their annual employment survey. The survey is given each year, and sent to the schools, who then reach out to their graduates and see how they ended up. This year mark’s the second year that the reporting period increased from 9-months to 10-months after graduation (giving students more time to find gainful employment).

When you’re done, check out Law School Transparency’s salary report database (currently up through 2014). While it is not mandatory that schools share their salary statistics, some do, and LST keeps track of all that data.

2015 Law School Graduates Employment DataInfographic