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The unusual and uncertain times experienced by the college Class of 2021 in its final year was reflected in its outcomes, which improved from last year, but remained down from pre-pandemic levels.
first destination, graduate outcomes, salaries, surveys, nace insights, coronavirus
Although the large majority of career centers conduct first-destination surveys, what they do—or don’t do with the results—has implications for the progress of DEI efforts.
first destination, graduate outcomes, diversity and inclusion, trends and predictions, surveys, nace insights
Davidson has found several steps—such as getting an early start, using texts, and providing tailored information—to be helpful in attaining and maintaining a high FDS knowledge rate.
graduate outcomes, technology, best practices, partnerships, operations, surveys, nace insights, career development
Auburn University’s high knowledge rates on its recent first-destination surveys is driven by the survey being part of a course all students are required to take.
graduate outcomes, best practices, partnerships, operations, surveys, nace insights, career development
As was the case with
bachelor’s level outcomes, the employment outcomes for graduates earning
master’s degrees declined in 2020 in comparison with 2019.
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Results from NACE’s First Destinations Survey for the Class of 2020 reveal that the gap in pay between men and women begins right out of college—at the start of the career.
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Class of 2020 graduates got fewer jobs than any other class since NACE first began reporting on employment trends with the Class of 2014.
Nearly 60% of Class of 2019 bachelor’s grads were employed in full-time positions with a traditional employer and nearly 19% were going on for an advanced degree by the end of 2019.
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With no additional budget, Clarion’s Center for Career and Professional Development built and implemented a mentor program for students.
graduate outcomes, career readiness, journal, mentoring
Why do post-graduation employment outcomes differ across universities, even among those of similar selectivity? Russell Weinstein, University of Illinois, explored this and related questions in forthcoming research focused on campus to company proximity. Here, he shares highlights from that research.
graduate outcomes, trends and predictions, journal, employer relations