- Reconciling conflicting data on jobs for college graduates. Hecker, Daniel E. // Monthly Labor Review;Jul92, Vol. 115 Issue 7, p3
Concludes that the relative earnings increase for college graduates was the result of a worsening job market for male high school graduates, not because of a shortage of workers with college degrees. Identifying `college-level' jobs; What the data show; Reconciling contradictory data; Earnings...
- Earnings of college graduates, 1993. Hecker, Daniel E. // Monthly Labor Review;Dec95, Vol. 118 Issue 12, p3
Presents statistics of earnings of college graduates in the United States for 1993. Median earnings by field of study; Data from the 1993 National Science Foundation (NSF) survey; Earning by age group and by gender; Earnings by occupation; Influences on earnings.
- Good starts for college grads. Klein, Matthew; Dortch, Shannon // American Demographics;Oct96, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p24
Reports on the salaries of American college graduates as of 1995. Salaries of engineering graduates; Pharmacists; Sex differences.
- How many $$$ are college grads making? // Career World;Jan1994, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p2
Presents a 1993 survey by the College Placement Council on salary offers made to graduating seniors. Course of study; Average starting salary.
- Deferred Costs and Economic Returns to College Major, Quality, and Performance. Thomas, Scott L. // Research in Higher Education;Jun2000, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p281
This article examines the mix of first-year earnings and college related indebtedness in the context of institutional quality, academic performance, and major. I first use data from Baccalaureate and Beyond, a national sample of recent college graduates, to provide an updated description of the...
- The dirty-work premium. Dolliver, Mark // Adweek Eastern Edition;4/28/1997, Vol. 38 Issue 17, p23
Reports on a poll on Cornell University graduates regarding the salaries they would demand from corporations opposite equivalent posts at respectable organizations.
- Starting salaries on the rise for recent high-tech grads. Kippe, Laurie K. // Business Press;04/18/97, Vol. 9 Issue 51, p4
Reports on the higher demands and expected salaries for new college graduates with technical degrees. Active recruiting of computer science, computer information systems, computer engineering and electrical engineering graduates by companies; Increase of starting salaries for graduates in the...
- Poll: New-hire pay up 5.2%; more firms look for workers. Roush, Matt // Crain's Detroit Business;08/11/97, Vol. 13 Issue 32, p24
Looks at entry level wages of college graduates in metro Detroit, Michigan, according to American Society of Employers. Citing a society survey of 145 Detroit area employers which states that wages of this group have increased by 5.2%; Comments from David Girolamo, a society survey analyst.
- Hire students and help increase their future earnings. McShulskis, Elaine // HR Magazine;Jan1996, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p21
Reports on the earning potential of college graduates who worked during high school. Comments from economist Christopher J. Ruhm; Findings.