dakatz wrote:bk1 wrote:johnnyutah wrote:The key, though, is that people who go to elite schools are usually also the kinds of people who are from the right social background to be in at least peripheral contact with people who can help them out. I think this more than anything else is responsible for many t-14s' high job placement rates.
How does this make sense when the T10 places half or more of its grads through OCI?
Just because many get placed through OCI does not mean that they wouldn't have found positions via contacts if OCI hadn't worked out as planned.
Swing and a miss.