Nucky wrote:At least get your facts right...it's 40% LOL. And dude...you clearly have no idea what you're talking about. More AU students get jobs that GMU and W&M...the problem is that we have 2x as many students.
Yep, that's the problem. So you should get 2x as many jobs to be on the same level.
Nucky wrote:And again...GW's employment rate is actually more like 60%...they employ a LOT of their own grads.
It is criminally dishonest of GW to employ so many of its own grads, but those students at least have a temporary paycheck. That makes them marginally better off than unemployed AU students. The fact that AU doesn't even try to fudge the numbers and STILL lures in so many victims is more of a "shame on you" than a "shame on them"
Nucky wrote:And only like 25%ish get BigLaw compared with 10% of AU grads. The numbers aren't that different to warrant a difference of 52 spots.
That is a very significant difference. Neither provides great odds, but it puts AU in a lower tier. It warrants eleventy zorble lower spots because % in big law is not a factor in US News rankings.
Nucky wrote: The problem is our admissions.
That is not logically inconsistent with any of the other claims being made.