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There are many factors that contribute to the gender pay gap and severe consequences of long-term inequity in pay.
first destination, compensation, salaries, diversity and inclusion, trends and predictions, surveys, nace insights
starting salary projections for the Class of 2022 range from an increase of
5.4% to a decrease of 14.8%.
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Results from NACE’s First Destinations Survey for the Class of 2020 reveal that the gap in pay between men and women begins right out of college—at the start of the career.
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Does salary matter to graduates from the college Class of 2021? No … and yes, according to students responding to NACE’s 2021 Student Survey.
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Class of 2020 graduates in the computer and information sciences discipline received the highest average starting salaries at the advanced degree levels.
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Talent acquisition professionals provide insight and ideas on topics around internships, such as converting interns to FTEs, internship duration, and more.
best practices, internships, compensation, operations, nace insights, talent acquisition
What value can a master’s degree have over a bachelor’s degree? For certain majors, the differential in starting salaries is substantial.
The final overall average starting salary for the college Class of 2020 landed at $55,260—2.5% above the final average starting salary for the Class of 2019.
first destination, compensation, salaries, surveys, nace insights, coronavirus
The New College of Florida’s SMAH Internship Program has a twist in its approach that distinguishes it from other programs that fund students’ unpaid internships.
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The average hourly wage for bachelor’s-level interns has increased steadily since 2014. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, that is the case again this year.
internships, compensation, trends and predictions, nace insights, coronavirus