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THERE IS LIFE AFTER COLLEGE V2

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Transcript of THERE IS LIFE AFTER COLLEGE V2

THERE
IS
LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

Ambiguity
Pivot to Solutions
What’s At Risk
Establish the Problem
PARENTS
TEACHERS
COUNSELORS
“They’re seniors and they don’t know how to navigate the institution.”
1990
NOW
40%
20%
The number of teenagers who have a job while in school has
dropped
from nearly 40 percent to 20.
WORK WORLD OF TOMORROW
Nearly 50% of recent college graduates are
underemployed
2000
1990
2009-11
40%
50%
60%
1982
40%
AGE 26
COLLEGE GRADUATES' UNDEREMPLOYMENT RATE
24
30
100% MEDIAN INCOME
1980
2012
What’s At Risk
Pivot to Solutions
“This generation is not as comfortable with figuring out what to do.”
MY FIRST JOB INTERVIEW
"Excelling at any job is about doing the things you weren’t asked to do."
Establish the Problem
PARENTS
TEACHERS
COUNSELORS
“They’re seniors and they don’t know how to navigate the institution.”
1990
NOW
40%
20%
The number of teenagers who have a job while in school has
dropped
from nearly 40 percent to 20.
WORK WORLD OF TOMORROW
Nearly 50% of recent college graduates are
underemployed
24
30
100% MEDIAN INCOME
1980
2012
COLLEGE GRADUATES' UNDEREMPLOYMENT RATE
2000
1990
2009-11
40%
50%
60%
The average wage of workers with a bachelor’s degree has declined 10 percent since 2000.
AGE 30
AGE 26
100% INCOME
1982
2012
Why are so many graduates struggling to launch?
7%
8%
11%
46%
28%
attending class
studying
working, volunteering, student clubs
sleeping
socializing & other
PROBABILITY OF WORKING
36 percent of students failed to show any improvement in their...
writing
complex reasoning
critical-thinking skills
CLA PERFORMANCE
CLA Performance
College Selectiviity
HIGH
10%
LOW
16%
HIGH
10%
LOW
16%
FIELD OF STUDY
Engineering,
Computer Science
6%
12%
13%
14%
16%
18%
Education,
Social Work,
Health
Business
Social Science,
Humanties
Science,
Math
Communications,
Other
25% of employers say they place less value on a bachelor’s degree in hiring today than they did five years ago.
Experience far more important
Neutral
Academics far more important
RELATIVE BALANCE OF EXPERIENCE VS ACADEMICS
43%
36%
22%
FORMAL UNDERGRADUATE
CIRRICULUM
2. Writing Intensive
3. Capstone Courses
1. First Year Seminars
4. Collaborative Assignments
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