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More than 87% of responding organizations report that they have a diversity recruiting strategy for the Class of 2021, the second highest level reported in the past seven years.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
From March through June 2020, NACE conducted a series of monthly quick polls among its members to gauge how their operations and plans—including job offers and plans for summer internships—were affected by the coronavirus pandemic. This report compiles poll results.
trends and predictions, surveys, coronavirus
Although college hiring has indeed been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, steps employers have taken have allowed them, at least to this point, to blunt its potential full impact.
trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight, coronavirus
NACE is conducting a quick poll of its college and employer members October 19, 2020, through late November; the poll focuses on how career fairs—long a mainstay of fall recruiting—fared in the virtual environment for students, career services, and employers, and also looks at member mobility.
technology, trends and predictions, surveys, coronavirus
Transportation and materials moving majors earned the highest average starting salary by far among Class of 2019 associate degree graduates.
first destination, compensation, salaries, surveys, spotlight
Computer sciences majors have the highest starting salary at the master’s-degree level for the Class of 2019, while business grads are the top-paid at the doctoral level.
The final overall average starting salary for the Class of 2019 is $53,889, which is up 5.8 percent over the final average starting salary of $50,944 for the Class of 2018.
First-generation college students are overrepresented among “never interns” and underrepresented among paid interns.
internships, diversity and inclusion, student attitudes, surveys, spotlight, students
NACE research shows that women are overrepresented among unpaid interns and underrepresented among paid interns.
NACE research shows that disproportionalities exist in terms of race/ethnicity and representation by internship attainment and pay type.