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Integrating Academic and Career Development

For every 100 students who start a bachelor’s degree, only 35 will graduate and get a job that requires a college degree by age 27, according to an EAB analysis.

What can schools do about this?

Progressive institutions are developing hybrid advising roles to align academic and career pathing guidance for students. As a result, advisors are able to work with students to ensure their classes and extracurricular activities set them up for their desired careers.

Download the research to learn how these best practices are being implemented.

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