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What Matters in an Employer

Do STEM graduates view employers differently from their peers?

A special report based on NACE’s annual Student Survey shows that STEM grads seek employers and opportunities that offer the chance for personal development, friendly co-workers, job security, and a good benefits package—the same top four criteria that all new grads, as a group, say they value.

However, there are substantial variations in attitude among the individual STEM majors that set them apart not only from new graduates overall but also from each other.

STEM graduates, as a group, were slightly more interested: More than one-third (33.8 percent) gave a company’s “green-ness” high marks. But within the STEM disciplines, there was a good deal of variation.

None of the other STEM majors, however, were focused on this attribute, with fewer than 50 percent of graduates in those majors citing “green” as key

Similarly, as a group, STEM graduates’ attitude toward a high salary seems to match that of new graduates overall. In both cases, approximately 52 percent rated it as very or extremely important.

On the one end, nearly two-thirds of computer science graduates emphasize a high starting salary; in contrast, less than 40 percent of environmental science majors do so. [/SIZE][/FONT]

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