Veyron wrote:^ Wow, just wow, and I thought that AZ got killed. Still, I think you understand my point even if UF and the Florida market may not have been the best examples. And even in this extreme case, the difference in placement you're talking about is like 10%.
10% is a BFD when placement is only 20% to start with.
Whatever point you're trying to make is stupid. WUSTL/BU/BC/GW/Fordham place 2-3x as many people into big firms (ie: NLJ250) as Alabama, Florida, etc. Yes, this is a product of the market, but it's always been that way.
Trying to take the market out of the definition of placement is retarded. NYU wouldn't place nearly as well as it does if it weren't in NYC, etc, etc. What possible reason is there to use a definition of "placement" that isn't = to "number of folks placed into jobs making $90k+"?