NEW YORK, May 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- A new study by McGraw-Hill indicates that while many students feel adequately prepared for college after graduating from high school, their sense of preparedness for the next step—the workforce—dips dramatically. This infographic illustrates key findings from a workforce readiness survey of nearly 1,000 college students.
McGraw-Hill 2015 Workforce Readiness Survey
Our study indicates that while many students feel prepared for college after graduating from high school, their sense of preparedness for the next step dips dramatically.
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