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TCU alumni are 2x as likely as American Indian graduates nationally to have felt supported while obtaining a degree.
Few see higher education as doing a good job preparing current or future workers for the workforce.
79% of WGU graduates are employed full time for an employer.
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This report focuses on key measures of life among Colorado graduates -- work, well-being and the evaluation of their college experience -- to illustrate the link between undergraduate experiences and success in the workforce and in life after college. The findings are from Gallup-Purdue Index results from 1,045 graduates who received a bachelor's degree from a Colorado college or university between 1948 and 2015.
Using the Gallup-Purdue Index, this report focuses on three key measures of life among Tennessee graduates — work, well-being and the evaluation of their college experience — to illustrate the link between undergraduate experiences and success in the workforce and in life after college.
There are vast differences among college graduates in how prepared each is to succeed at work.
First-generation, minority graduates from public universities are just as likely to have a "great life" after college as graduates whose parents completed college, are white and who attended private universities.
Is a college degree worth it? The good news is that for most college graduates the answer is: "yes." But only if they made the most of it.