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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
While the percentage of Class of 2017 master’s grads who were employed dipped
from last year, a greater percentage decided to continue their education.
first destination, graduate outcomes, salaries, surveys, degrees, spotlight
First-destination outcomes for the Class of 2017 bachelor’s degree graduates are nearly identical to those for the Class of 2016, according to results of NACE’s annual First-Destination Survey.
first destination, graduate outcomes, salaries, spotlight
Launching an online dashboard for career outcomes allowed Oakland University Career Services to be more creative with its first-destination survey report.
graduate outcomes, best practices, branding and marketing, operations, surveys, spotlight
A suggestion from the provost’s office—to make completion of the UF Graduation Survey mandatory—has boosted knowledge rates at the University of Florida.
first destination, graduate outcomes, surveys, spotlight, career development
The University of Delaware’s first-destination data collection is a multi-level and campus-wide effort, and has led to increasingly high knowledge rates.
This article provides highlights from the authors’ study, “The Impact of Unpaid Internships on the Career Success of Liberal Arts Graduates.”
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How do colleges and universities get students to report their first-destination data and how do career centers use the data they collect?
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Supported by a strong employment market, members of the Class of 2016 earning master’s degrees notched a strong set of outcomes.
What are the long-term career effects for college students who graduate in a recession? This article reviews the relevant literature.
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