Private colleges spent 14.2% of career services staff time on helping college alumni.
New York, New York (PRWEB) November 14, 2013
Survey of Career Services Offices in Higher Education, ISBN 978-157440-265-0, provides useful benchmarking information on fundraising, tracking of student outcomes, student buy in, employment workshops and workshop attendance, internships, career fairs, job boards and number of jobs listed on job boards, number of employers conducting on campus interviews and more. Data is broke out for public and private colleges, by general Carnegie Class, enrollment, tuition level, and for colleges with one or more than one office of career services. The study gives an in-depth view of how American institutions of higher education are helping their students and alumni to find jobs and prosper in a difficult job market.