Using data from NACE’s 2016 Student Survey, NACE research looks at factors that may influence the job success of first-generation students.
The percentage of computer science grads employed in a traditional setting dropped even though their median salary climbed. Where did these grads go?
After taking a big hit in the wake of the recession, job-seeking students have since been making the gradual climb back up to their pre-recession levels of success. The Class of 2016 has stalled somewhat on this climb, according to results of NACE’s Class of 2016 Student Survey report.
Eighty-eight percent of master’s degree graduates and 92 percent of doctoral graduates from the Class of 2015 had positive outcomes at the six-month mark after the close of the school year, according to NACE’s Class of 2015 First-Destination Survey report.
A majority of the college Class of 2015 landed a job or was accepted into a continuing education program within six months of graduation, according to NACE’s Class of 2015 First-Destination Survey report.
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