Making Sure Students Are Prepared for WorkNovember 8, 2016 |
by Teresa Duncan
A 2015 survey for the Association of American Colleges and Universities indicated a hard truth.
Students think they are ready for careers. Employers do not.
The survey included 600 students and 400 employers. Among the findings:
Fifty-nine percent of students indicated they were well-prepared related to applying knowledge and skills to real-world problems. Twenty-three percent of employers agreed.