The annual graduate survey is conducted for the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities by the independent research firm CCI Research Inc. The 2014 Grad Survey concluded that the vast ...

2014 Graduate Survey: Infographic

Published: September 1, 2015

The annual graduate survey is conducted for the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities by the independent research firm CCI Research Inc. The 2014 Grad Survey concluded that the vast majority of graduates of Ontario’s undergraduate university programs are getting well-paying jobs in their fields soon after graduation.

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University graduates are workforce ready and are succeeding in the job market, according to a survey of 2012 graduates of Ontario university ...
Graduate Survey 2014

University graduates are workforce ready and are succeeding in the job market, according to a survey of 2012 graduates of Ontario university undergraduate programs. Read the 2014 survey results, including employment rates and earnings of graduates six months and two years after graduation.

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