Life after College: A Descriptive Summary of 1992-93 Bachelors Degree Recipients in 1997, with an Essay on Participation in Graduate and First-Professional Education. Baccalaureate and Beyond Longitudinal Study. Statistical AnalysReport as inadecuate




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This report presents findings of the second follow-up in the Baccalaureate and Beyond Study, a longitudinal study which is tracking students who received a bachelor's degree in academic year 1992-93. Major findings indicated that: (1) when they graduated from college, 85 percent of the degree recipients expected to earn an advanced degree; by 1997, 30 percent had actually enrolled, 21 percent had either attained a degree or were still enrolled, and 9 percent had left without a degree; and that (2) overall, 89 percent of the original group were employed in April 1997, 76 percent were working only, another 13 percent were combining school and work, 5 percent were enrolled only, and 6 percent were neither working nor enrolled. Following an executive summary, the main body of the report analyzes findings concerning educational expectations in 1993 and 1997; progression to graduate and first-professional education; and actual participation in graduate and first-professional education. A compendium presents tables showing data on the employment and enrollment status of 1992-93 college graduates. A glossary and technical notes are appended. (DB)

Descriptors: Academic Aspiration, Bachelors Degrees, College Outcomes Assessment, Employment Level, Followup Studies, Graduate Study, Graduate Surveys, Higher Education, Longitudinal Studies, Professional Education, Student Participation, Tables (Data)

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Author: McCormick, Alexander C.; Nunez, Anne-Marie; Shah, Vishant; Choy, Susan P.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=7122&id=ED432184



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