With student loan debt soaring and growing numbers of graduates in low-paid, menial jobs it's vital for the general public to have access to good information about employment outcomes for graduates.
Without accessible, impartial information and honest advice people can't make informed, rational decisions about what courses to take, whether or not to do an internship, and how to go about finding work after graduation.
This concise article will help provide students, parents and educators with a clearer picture of the graduate job market and help them to make better use of the employment services and information available on campus and through the Internet (approximately 9900 words, including references and resources).
- Michael Courtman, January 2013
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