rad law wrote:Informative wrote:If you want to work in Atlanta, go to Emory.
If you want to work anywhere else, go to BC.
This advice is terrible.
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Do you know of any resources that also indicate how many people applied for a work in a specific region? It's one thing to say x amount of people from Emory ended up in New England. Left unanswered are the questions: how many people actually applied for work in the area and also how many people got a job in the area but chose to go elsewhere. What would be useful for me is to see stats on how applicants faired in terms of getting the job or not in a particular region, not where they finally began working. I haven't come across any info like that yet.
I'd call the CSO and ask if they have that data. Even if they don't, they'll be able to put you in touch with alums working in New England who should be able to tell you how easy or hard it was to find work there.