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Signing bonuses appear to be on the rise again as the percentage of employers planning to offer them has reached a five-year high.
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Bonuses for positions involved in college recruiting were determined mostly by company-wide and individual performance measures, not by departmental ones.
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Computer science and engineering majors from schools in New England received higher starting salaries than did these grads from schools in other regions.
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With an annual average salary of nearly $110,000, directors are the highest paid core position involved in college recruiting at employer organizations.
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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.
Interns and co-ops continue to spend the bulk of their time on duties requiring analytic/problem-solving and project management skills.
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Just 14.5 percent of employers responding to NACE’s 2017 Internship & Co-op Survey featured rotational internship programs in 2017.
The practice of employers offering signing bonuses to candidates for intern and co-op positions seems to be making something of a comeback in recent years.
Engineering technologies and business/management/marketing/and related support services majors were the top advanced-degree earners from the Class of 2016.