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When it comes to cost-per-hire, the average amount is dependent on the way employers calculate their budgets.
operations, trends and predictions, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight
Career centers are being housed less frequently in student affairs, more frequently in other divisions, and increasingly in various parts of the institution.
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.
compensation, salaries, surveys, spotlight
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.
compensation, operations, trends and predictions, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight, benefits
Career fairs are one of the most frequently provided services by college career centers, as 91.7 percent reported hosting at least one career fair in 2017-18.
trends and predictions, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight
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
The average number of full-time URR staff members that organizations employ decreased to 13.5 from 14.3 last year.
operations, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
Staff at Oakland University examined barriers to internship participation among English majors and developed ways to address those barriers.
internships, faculty, student attitudes, surveys, journal
The percentage of employers with diversity recruiting efforts is the highest it has been over the past 11 years.
diversity and inclusion, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight, special populations
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.