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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
Employers plan to hire 16.6 percent more
new graduates from the Class of 2019 than they did from the Class of 2018 for
positions in the United States.
hiring outlook, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
general, social media is one of the least popular job-search resources among
college students responding to the 2018 Student Survey.
technology, student attitudes, surveys, social media, spotlight
Consultant Mary Scott discusses the disconnect between
current conventional wisdom of what students prefer in recruitment practices
and how they actually view popular tools and techniques.
branding and marketing, student attitudes, surveys, social media, journal
Class of 2018 graduates with master’s
degrees in multi/interdisciplinary studies and computer and information
sciences are the top-paid in the class.
compensation, salaries, surveys, spotlight
feel that their experiential education assignments have a positive impact on
their career readiness competencies.
internships, competencies, student attitudes, surveys, experiential education, spotlight, students
As a rising number of professionals are
prioritizing a healthier work-life balance, savvy organizations are valuing
employee performance and happiness more than when and where work is done.
surveys, recruiting, spotlight, benefits, retention
When it comes to the resources college
students report using while looking for jobs, they not only use employer
websites most, but also find them the most useful.
technology, surveys, spotlight, career development, students
The overall preliminary average starting
salary for the Class of 2018 is $50,004, which is down slightly from the
preliminary and final salaries for the Class of 2017.
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