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mst wrote:Take the unreported into account. You'll notice the better schools have much fewer unreported students than the t2's and t3's, etc... which kind of implies that unreported equates/corresponds to unemployed.
Well Probably not unemployed (because it gives the overall employed at graduation rate), but likely underemployed (see: Temp or non-legal employment)