2011-2012 Employment Survey of 2009-2010 Undergraduate Alumni
Executive Summary: Office of Institutional Research May 2012
The UND Employment Survey (formerly called the Placement Survey) was developed in 1997 through the partnership of Career Services and Institutional Research for the purpose of collecting demographic and employment information on recent University of North Dakota graduates. Over the years the use of this information has expanded and is now being used for university assessment purposes, provided to academic colleges, linked to the College Portrait (Voluntary System of Accountability), used by various offices and service areas across campus, and used for a number of internal and external questions regarding job employment and salary data. In October 2011, an invitation letter and a survey form were mailed to undergraduate alumni. Altogether four mailings were sent to promote participation and to make the results as representative as possible. After adjusting for the undeliverable addresses, a total of 546 valid placement surveys were obtained yielding a response rate of 43%.
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