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The research suggests that, long term, we will likely work in and out of the office. Research from the National Association of Colleges and Employers shows that new college graduates want to be in person at least part of the time, but also want the flexibility to work remotely some of the time.
trends and predictions, student attitudes, journal
Not only does PathwayU offer student assessments, but it also provides guidance based on predictive knowledge that accounts for the user’s sense of purpose and meaning.
technology, best practices, student attitudes, nace insights, career development, nace award winner
Data provided by more than 2,300 bachelor’s degree-level graduating seniors who took part in NACE’s 2023 Student Survey demonstrate that systemic inequities continue to exist in internships—not only in terms of who takes part, but also in terms of who gets paid.
graduate outcomes, internships, student attitudes, surveys, nace insights
Data provided by more than 2,300 bachelor’s level graduating seniors taking part in NACE’s 2023 Student Survey provide insight into how Class of 2023 graduates prepared for their careers and what their plans are.
graduate outcomes, student attitudes, surveys, nace insights, career development, talent acquisition
In his op ed piece, Thomas Guzowski notes that the majority of college students enroll in college to obtain economic stability, increased earnings, and greater employment opportunities and says it’s time universities recognize that.
Students’ expectations around authenticity in recruiting have remained constant, but the pandemic created job-search challenges that affect how they assess employers and their opportunities.
New graduates and their potential employers can agree on which skills are most important for job candidates, but differ on how proficient new graduates are in those abilities.
branding and marketing, competencies, candidate selection, trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, nace insights, talent acquisition
Job security tops the list of attributes new college graduates say are important in a job. The ability to develop job-specific and soft skills, friendly coworkers, and a good benefits package round out the top five, according to results of NACE’s 2022 Student Survey.
student attitudes, surveys, nace insights, benefits
Personal experience is a factor for how Gen Z high school and college students determine the industries they want to work in and the organizations they prefer to work for.
student attitudes, surveys, nace insights
Dr. Julia Overton-Healy of St. John Fisher College suggests career services offices need to recalibrate their understanding of who their students are and make changes to accommodate them.
best practices, branding and marketing, operations, competencies, student attitudes, nace insights, career development