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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
Computer science and engineering majors from schools in New England received higher starting salaries than did these grads from schools in other regions.
compensation, salaries, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
With an annual average salary of nearly $110,000, directors are the highest paid core position involved in college recruiting at employer organizations.
compensation, salaries, operations, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
Early data for Class of 2017 master’s degree graduates indicate engineering disciplines are earning the highest average starting salaries.
Early—and limited—data show gains and dips in starting salaries for many Class of 2017 graduates, according to results of NACE’s Fall 2017 Salary Survey.
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
Engineering technologies and business/management/marketing/and related support services majors were the top advanced-degree earners from the Class of 2016.
The overall average starting salary for a Class of 2016 bachelor’s degree graduate stands at $50,359, up less than 1 percent from last year.
Insurance coverage and company-matched 401(k) plans are nearly universal benefits offered by employers to employees involved in college recruiting.
compensation, salaries, benchmarks, spotlight