Top 25 Law Schools ranked by lowest unemployment rates

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encaenia
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Top 25 Law Schools ranked by lowest unemployment rates

Postby encaenia » Wed Apr 10, 2013 3:57 am

Rank - School - USNWR rank - % underemployed 9 months after graduating

1) UVA (#7) 1.1%
2) Columbia (#4) 1.9%
3) NYU (#6) 2.7%
4) Penn (#7) 3.0%
5) Chicago (#4) 3.3%
5) Stanford (#3) 3.3%
7) Yale (#1) 4.5%
8) Harvard (#2) 4.6%
9) GWU (#21) 7.0%
10) LSU (#76) 7.6%
11) Berkeley (#9) 8.3%
12) Alabama (#22) 8.7%
13) W&M (#33) 9.8%
14) UMich (#10) 10.3%

15) SMU (#48) 10.6%
15) Arkansas (#68) 10.6%
17) South Texas (#144) 10.9%
18) Northwestern (#12) 11.5%
19) Duke (#11) 11.6%
20) Louisville (#68) 12.6%
21) Tulsa (#86) 12.7%
22) Georgetown (#14) 12.8%
22) Richmond (#53) 12.8%
24) Kentucky (#58) 12.9%
25) Campbell (#126) 13.1%

Cornell doesn't make the top 25 due to its 13.2% unemployment rate


http://www.theatlantic.com/business/arc ... nk/274795/

http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNL ... 0310035548

http://employmentsummary.abaquestionnaire.org/

Real Madrid
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Re: Top 25 Law Schools ranked by lowest unemployment rates

Postby Real Madrid » Wed Apr 10, 2013 4:08 am

While we all appreciate you trying to be helpful, this information is neither new nor totally accurate, as it's heavily influenced by school-funded rates.

Head on over to Law School Transparency for more accurate breakdowns of actual student employment results.

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togepi
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Re: Top 25 Law Schools ranked by lowest unemployment rates

Postby togepi » Wed Apr 10, 2013 4:10 am

Real Madrid wrote:While we all appreciate you trying to be helpful, this information is neither new nor totally accurate, as it's heavily influenced by school-funded rates.

Head on over to Law School Transparency for more accurate breakdowns of actual student employment results.


On top of school-funded rates, there's a discrepancy from underemployment and employment scores that are not reflected.




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