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First Destinations for the College Class of 2017 examines how college
graduates fare in their careers within six months of graduating. The report
provides outcomes—including types of employment, additional education, and
starting salary—for all degree levels.
first destination, graduate outcomes, salaries, trends and predictions, surveys
Employers plan to hire 16.6 percent more
new graduates from the Class of 2019 than they did from the Class of 2018 for
positions in the United States.
hiring outlook, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
What does the future hold for the profession? This looks at the implications raised at the “Future of We” session, held at the 2018 NACE Conference.
trends and predictions, journal
Employers report that they will be active on campus this fall hiring college students for internships and co-ops, and new graduates from the Class of 2019 for full-time positions.
NACE members discussed the “Future of We” at a special session at the NACE 2018 Conference & Expo in New Orleans. The presentations, scripts, and other materials are provided.
trends and predictions
A significant percentage of career centers have implemented employer partnership programs, and the trend is for more schools to add these programs.
partnerships, operations, trends and predictions, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight
Fifty-eight percent of employers responding to NACE’s 2018 Internship & Co-op Survey offered interns relocation assistance.
internships, compensation, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight, benefits, co-ops
The acceptance rate for interns increased from last year, while the offer and conversion rates both dropped.
internships, trends and predictions, surveys, recruiting, spotlight, sourcing, co-ops
The composition of Class of 2018 hires by degree includes more than 80 percent of these new college hires having a bachelor’s degree.
Employers plan to hire 1.3 percent fewer graduates from the Class of 2018 for U.S. positions than they did from the Class of 2017.