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Computer and information sciences is the top-paid Class of 2019 discipline at the master’s-degree level, according to preliminary results reported to NACE.
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The preliminary average starting salary for Class of 2019 grads is 10.6 percent higher than the reported fall average for Class of 2018 grads.
While the overall average recruiting budget for the 2016-17 recruiting year was $491,303, the way employers reported their numbers had an impact on the budget data.
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There are differences by internship status in the ways that students approach the job search and their expectations for their starting salaries.
internships, compensation, salaries, trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, spotlight, students
Graduates earning a degree in computer science, business, and engineering were among the highest paid in the Class of 2018 at the advanced degree levels.
Graduates earning a degree in transportation and materials moving were the highest paid in the Class of 2018 at the associate degree level.
Offering community service days is important for Ellucian because it helps with interns’ experience and engagement, and with branding the program.
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At $50,944, the overall average starting salary for the Class of 2018 is less than 1 percent higher than the final average salary for the Class of 2017.
Several employers have reported an uptick in students reneging on job offers this year. What can you do to help your organization avoid reneges?
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Business administration/management majors
are projected to have the highest starting salary among Class of 2019 business
grads earning master’s degrees.