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This selection of infographics illustrate various outcomes reported in the “First Destinations for the College Class of 2016” report published by the NACE Center for Career Development and Talent Acquisition.
graduate outcomes, salaries, trends and predictions, surveys
Free downloads from the NACE Center: These studies examine how internships impact the development and initial career outcomes of college graduates.
first destination, graduate outcomes, internships, surveys, liberal arts
Class of 2016 bachelor’s degree graduates reported slightly low levels of employment compared to their Class of 2015 counterparts.
first destination, graduate outcomes, salaries, spotlight
This national study that looks at where new college graduates “land” within six months of graduation by degree level, academic discipline, region, and type of school.
first destination, graduate outcomes, salaries, trends and predictions, surveys
In 2016, Wayne Thibodeau interviewed Oakland University’s then-president on video to capture insight on the value of the university’s first-destination survey report. The video became a powerful tool used to tell the story of Oakland University’s impact on its students.
first destination, graduate outcomes, best practices, branding and marketing, operations, spotlight
Funded by the NACE Center, this study examines how internships impact the development and initial career outcomes of liberal arts graduates.
ONU’s Farewell Toast let the career center provide information to help graduates transition into their professional lives and gather placement data.
graduate outcomes, best practices, spotlight
This article provides highlights from a study that looks how internships affected outcomes of Endicott College graduates six months and five years after graduation.
graduate outcomes, internships, surveys, journal
This article provides highlights from a study at Mt. Holyoke College that looks at how internships impact liberal arts majors.
Are graduates of career-oriented degree programs leaving the occupations for which they are being prepared? NACE research examines the issue.
STEM, graduate outcomes, trends and predictions, journal, career development, retention