Tracking Employment After Graduation

On September 23, 2015
After one month granduted 14 students among 33 students got job. Here are some conclusions of our assessment:
It is clear that active participation in unofficial activities (training and skill development/networking) and volunteer opportunities has an impact on successful job application.
Active participation in other training and skill development activities also have an impacts on high academic performance.
Students that have to work for extra incomes to support living have lower academic performance and participation of the project activities, ultimately affecting their chances of getting a job after graduation.
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