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Retaining recent college graduates in New England: an update on current trends

Alicia Modestino

New England Public Policy Center Policy Brief, 2013

Abstract: This policy brief presents some basic facts about the retention of recent college graduates and changes in retention over time. It considers how New England compares with other divisions, what factors affect its ability to retain graduates, and the reasons why recent college graduates choose to leave New England. It also highlights a Boston-area initiative to promote internships as a retention tool.

Keywords: Internship programs - New England; College graduates - New England (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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