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GPA and the total number of internships a student completed as an undergraduate student are the major predictors of initial career outcomes.
internships, trends and predictions, liberal arts, graduate students, spotlight
Engineering graduates are projected to be the highest-paid at the master’s degree level for the Class of 2016, while computer science majors have the top projected salary at the doctoral level, according to results of NACE’s Winter 2016 Salary Survey.
salaries, trends and predictions, graduate students, spotlight
What difference does an advanced degree make when it comes to attitudes about employers and the job search? NACE’s research team takes a look at how attitudes of master’s and doctorate degree students compare to their counterparts earning the bachelor’s degree.
student attitudes, graduate students, journal
The recent growth in the number and variety of specialized master’s programs in business schools may be the answer to providing students with opportunities in many competitive industries after graduation. The tool gives students an edge in their career search.
trends and predictions, surveys, graduate students, journal
Students who go to graduate school have a considerable advantage in the job market over students with bachelor’s degrees. Employers now place a greater emphasis on a more developed and deeper skill set for their new college hires. The Education Testing Service states that, “Graduate education is the engine of a highly skilled work force.”
surveys, graduate students, journal
This is the first year that the NACE Student Survey has investigated what prospective graduates did in pursuit of the advanced degree beyond simply inquiring whether or not continuing their education was part of their immediate plans.
The characteristics, desired employee benefits, preferred industries, and starting salary expectations that advanced degree students hold.
trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, graduate students, journal