Annual University Recruiting Benchmarks Survey
2012 Recruiting Benchmarks Survey
NACE’s annual survey of university recruiting organizations
captures key benchmarks related to recruiting and hiring new college graduates,
including interview to offer time, offer rates, acceptance rates,
cost-per-hire, and more. The survey also provides operational details,
including how organizations select schools for recruitment; information about
how organizations brand themselves to students; data regarding recruiting
staffing, salaries, and budgets; information about diversity recruiting efforts;
The 2012 Recruiting
Benchmarks Survey features data based on responses from 242 organizations
engaged in recruiting and hiring new college graduates. The full report
includes results based on size of organization, as relevant.
Get additional highlights: Read the Executive Summary
2011 Recruiting Benchmarks Survey
2012 Internship & Co-op Survey
The 2012 Internship & Co-op Survey reinforces the fact that internships are a vital component of employers’ college recruiting programs. This year’s survey finds that employers expect to increase internship hiring by almost 9 percent and co-op hiring by about 8 percent. Of their total 2011-12 expected new college hires, more than 40 percent will come from employers’ own internship and co-op programs.
Annual Student Survey
The Class of 2012 Student Survey Report
NACE’s annual student survey covers student expectations and preferences, attitudes, plans, and activities as they relate to employment, employers, and the job search.
The report for the college Class of 2012 is based on reponses from nearly 16,000 bachelor’s degree level seniors. Among the findings:
- Approximately two-thirds expect to go right into the work force after graduating.
- Overall, graduating seniors expressed a preference for work with meaning. In fact, they cited “government” as their industry of choice.
- They are seeking employers that can offer them the opportunity for personal growth.
Get additional highlights: Read the executive summary.
The Class of 2011 Student Survey Report