Results Discussion

Results Discussion - The most meaningful data we collected...

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The most meaningful data we collected were the survey results. They provided a substantial amount of very applicable data and answered many questions we had about the presence of Miami’s Career Services within the student body. Our results show that 52% of the students surveyed were sophomores, with a strong 22% showing of juniors. Because internships are very regularly attained after the sophomore or junior years of college, this is an ideal group of students for our survey. These students have experience working with Career Services in order to search for an internship, and have very relevant responses to the survey. A surprising statistic from our survey is that only 65% of the students were even aware of what Career Services has to offer. For how great, and important, of a resource Career Services claims to be, this is a staggeringly low percentage of students that actually know what it does. One would think that Career Services just needs to do a better job of being accessible to students, but our survey revealed that only 4% of students found Career Services to be
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course ENG 313 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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