School of Engineering and Computing Sciences News
Mar 14 2014
Latest NACE Report Shows Job Growth for Engineering and Computer Science Grads

According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers' (NACE) Job Outlook 2014 survey, U.S. college hiring is expected to increase 7.8% from last year. The survey shows that employers who are focused on hiring new college grads are optimistic for the job market prospects for the Class of 2014. In addition to the increase in new college hires, NACE data shows that many employers plan to sweeten their job offers to bachelor's degree graduates with larger starting salaries and more comprehensive benefits packages. 

Some of the best news of the report is for graduates recieving degrees in Engineering and Computer Science. The most in demand graduates are those with bachelor's in business, engineering, computer/information science, sciences, and communications disciplines. Some of the top-performing majors in the job market next year are expected to be: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Chemical Engineering. Click the image below to read the full report, and gain some valuable insight into how to prepare yourself for getting a great job after graduation:

NACE Job Outlook
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