A survey of its recent graduates by Kansas State University shows an increase in graduates with new jobs, more than half in Kansas, the university said in a statement Tuesday.
The survey also found increased salaries and a bigger range of career choices to pick from, the statement said.
Ninety-three percent of bachelor’s degree graduates from KSU’s class of 2012-2013 have jobs or are working on more education and advanced degrees, an increase from last year, the statement said.
That class also has the highest employment percentage of the last five years at 72 percent, according to the statement.
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