Virginia Tech's annual post-graduation report has been completed and is currently available for review online.

The report, which is published annually by career services, a department within Virginia Tech’s Division of Student Affairs, has concluded its research of the annual post-graduation survey. In the survey, new graduates explain their plans or status following commencement. The latest completed report is for the 2006-2007 academic year graduates: 73 percent of graduates responded to this survey. Career services surveys all graduates who have completed bachelor’s degrees. The survey closes approximately six months after commencement.

The report asks and offers answers to questions such as, how many graduates are employed, how many graduates pursue additional education, is employment related to the graduate’s career goals, and how do Virginia Tech graduates find their jobs. Information about post-graduation success can be also found by college and/or major within the report. Other points of interest included in the report are: top-reported employers, and top-reported graduate and professional institutions.

Read the 2006-2007 post-graduation report. For additional information please contact Catherine Copeland, assistant director of career services at (540) 231-6241.

The post-graduation survey is currently open to December 2007 graduates, and the survey will open in April for the spring and summer 2008 graduates. Log in to the survey.


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