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Only four in ten graduating 2016 college seniors feel that their higher education has prepared them for their career, according to study by McGraw-Hill.

Jun 06 2016

Only four in ten graduating 2016 college seniors feel that their higher education has prepared them for their career, according to study by McGraw-Hill. The stats are even lower for those who didn’t study vocation-focused subjects, like history or English: “Under a third of those students say they feel “very prepared” or “somewhat prepared” for working life, and nearly one in five report feeling entirely unequipped.” Our latest Topline Report provides insight into the class of 2016, and found that 39% of graduating Millennials and teens believe their degree is extremely valuable to their future success. (Quartz