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Ten Years After College

Subject: workforce
Date: 2008-02-01
Compares employment outcomes for a sample of 1992-93 college graduates across a range of majors.  Ten years after finishing college, most graduates had a job they considered a career and used their education, and their average salary, adjusted for inflation, had roughly doubled since 1994. A majority were satisfied with their pay, fringe benefits, job security, and opportunity for promotion. Compared with graduates with academic undergraduate majors, those with career-oriented majors appeared to establish themselves in the labor force earlier and relatively fewer obtained additional education.
DOE-re-Ten-Years-after-College.pdf DOE-re-Ten-Years-after-College.pdf

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