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Established in 1956, the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) is a nonprofit association that links college career services professionals and employers of new college graduates. Its membership includes more than 3,100 colleges and universities and employer organizations nationwide.
NACE is the leading source of information about the employment of college graduates: Throughout the year, the association surveys on data relevant to the employment of new college graduates and publishes related reports, including a quarterly report on starting salary offers and periodic forecasts for the college job market.
NACE maintains a virtual press room for the media at http://www.naceweb.org/press-releases.aspx.
You can call (610.868.1421, Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern) or e-mail any of the following people:
Yes. We can give you the names and phone numbers of employers who recruit/hire students and new college graduates or career services professionals who work with college students.
NACE reports on average starting salary by disciple and by degree level (bachelor's, master's, and doctoral); you will find current information about starting salaries for new college graduates at www.naceweb.org/salary-resources/starting-salaries.aspx.
The top 5 personal qualities/skills employers seek, according to NACE's Job Outlook survey, are:
Students responding to NACE's annual student survey said that when looking at a job and employers, they first consider:
However, when they actually weigh a job, they consider opportunity for personal growth, job security, and friendly co-workers.
In NACE’s annual student survey, graduating seniors cited:
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says, "The more you learn, the more you earn—and the less likely you are to be unemployed." They have put together this handy chart to prove the point.
Results from NACE's Job Outlook 2016 survey indicate a positive job market for the Class of 2016. Employers taking part in the survey expect to hire more new college graduates in 2016 than they did in 2015.
The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) projects 1,870,000 students at the bachelor's degree level will graduate as the Class of 2016.Source: Projections of Education Statistics to 2021 (Table 33).
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