From 479 employers who rated the largest publicly and private companies, nonprofits and government agencies, 19 were part public, was an Ivy League school Cornell University and the rest were private schools such as the University of Notre Dame and Carnegie Mellon University.
Although completion of a public state school not as such renowned as an Ivy League conclusion or private universities, this survey shows that there would be a much better play to seen jump in the labor market. Most interesting prestigious schools such as Harvard University, Yale University and Stanford University are not on the list. 15th big names on the list, as are not even the University of Southern California and the aforementioned Notre Dame in the top.
As such, the policy probably would not have committed to a significant upfront figure if it is a possibility that they would have looked to change course shortly thereafter. Continue reading