As the world continues to change at a rapid pace, the future remains bright for university graduates, concludes the latest Ontario government graduate survey. The survey of Ontario university ...

Graduate Survey 2015

Published: December 14, 2016

As the world continues to change at a rapid pace, the future remains bright for university graduates, concludes the latest Ontario government graduate survey. The survey of Ontario university students who graduated in 2013, conducted for the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development, concludes that university graduates are workforce ready and are succeeding in the job market. By giving graduates the advanced skills they need, Ontario’s universities are helping the province unlock the full potential of Ontario’s future and all who live here.

Read the results of the 2015 graduate survey to get a look at the employment rates and earnings of graduates six months and two years after graduation.

As the world continues to change at a rapid pace, the future remains bright for university graduates. — Survey of 2013 graduates

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