Yale v. Stanford for Fed Gov't / Academia

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Re: Yale v. Stanford for Fed Gov't / Academia

Postby NikaneOkie » Fri Apr 22, 2011 4:41 pm

edit: repeat statistic.
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Re: Yale v. Stanford for Fed Gov't / Academia

Postby NikaneOkie » Fri Apr 22, 2011 4:43 pm

The Real Jack McCoy wrote:
One last thing:

522/875 candidates had a graduate degree of some kind -- LLM, SJD/JSD, PhD, MA, MS, or MD -- for the 08-09 hiring season. If you go through the historical data, it is also clear the numbers are rising. Source:

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Why do so few non-white people have dual degrees? Should I take that to mean that non-white candidates don't need a dual degree as much?
I wish they had broken it down more than just non-white. I imagine a AA male would be in much higher demand than some other groups.




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