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[Institutional] Life After College (Selingo) - v9 9.19.16

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Transcript of [Institutional] Life After College (Selingo) - v9 9.19.16

Nearly

50%

of young adults are
underemployed
Federal Reserve
workplace of old
wide
open
not
well marked
difficult

to navigate
unfamiliar
situations
designed to
educate
a
small number
of people.

apprenticeships

trained
people for jobs.
curiosity
creativity
digital awareness
contextual thinking
humility
top 5 skills

in job postings
communication/writing
organizational skills
planning/detailed-oriented
customer service/problem-solving
What’s the assignment?
jump right in
press pause
take their time
35%
33%
32%
43%
43%
of
Sprinters
had
less than

$10,000
worth of debt at commencement
— far short of the

$37,000

average debt of the

Class of 2016.
79%
47%
24%
had at
least one internship
in college
in 1991,
40%

of teenagers had some sort of job while in school. Today, just
20%

do.

1991
2016
33%
50%
In
3 out of every 4
job ads,
just 25 skills

appeared
Those in their
20s
make up the largest

share
(12 million)
of the 31 million
adults in the U.S. who left college
without a degree.
33%
of students had
no learning gains
academically adrift
40%

of college seniors
fail to graduate
with the
complex reasoning skills

collegiate learning exam
50%
of college seniors said they
talked often with a faculty member about their career plans
national survey of student engagement
40%
Do we need to work in teams?
How do we pick teams?
When do we need to finish?

How will we be graded?
but
NOT

impossible
my life after college
@jselingo
I had to reinvent myself
students
parents
counselors
jeffselingo.com
1983:
Age 26
Now:
Age 30
new learning economy
Athletic trainers
.07%
2%
43%
55%
89%
94%
Chemical engineers
Economists
Commercial pilots
Technical writers
Accountants
18th century
higher education system
no longer cuts it
Probability that
automation
will lead to

job losses

in next two decades
Age
of
Financial Independence
for College Graduates
this pathway was
never
designed to serve
18 million students
define their years after high school
3 factors
Average tuition
as

percent of median earnings
28.6%
31.5%
35.8%
42.4%
2003
2006
2009
2012
Georgetown Center on Education & the Workforce
@jselingo
#aftercollege
Image via @Stanford Project
Open Loop
University
BUT fewer than 10%

had all those experiences
Source: Gallup-Purdue Index
Odds that colleges graduates are
engaged at work
:
2x
higher if they had an
internship in college
1.8x
higher if they worked on a
semester-long project
2x
higher if they had a
professor who made them excited about learning and mentored them
Source: U.S. News & World Report rankings, 1989
EDUCATION, DELIVERED JUST IN TIME
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