jl2032 wrote:I'm sure any of us could find a way to get to 100%...
It means that those who want jobs have jobs.
If I find an alumna who doesn't have a job, I take it to mean that they aren't looking for a job, and so I wouldn't count them in the statistics. Some might be going on to pursue other interests, degrees, etc. The rest... well, if they wanted a job they'd find one flipping burgers. They must not want a job.
It's more like how the government defines unemployment - those who are actively seeking jobs and don't have one.
See, easy 100%
You don't think you should count someone actively seeking only
a legal job? For any career really, but especially legal, taking a poor first job can slot you into a shaky career early on...