abrahm wrote:Yanky91 wrote:abrahm wrote:Definitely, but there is no doubt that many firms take those rankings into consideration for hiring, no matter how truly comprehensive/telling they may actually be.
I don't think a drop of a few points in the ranking will have an affect on employment. It is not like employers are checking the rankings every time they interview someone. Most of the people who get hired from Wake are hired by people who are familiar with the school and it's reputation. Bottom line is, if you do well at Wake you will have the same chance at the same employment whether they are ranked 38 or 31.
Well either way the number of unemployed students went up a lot which is hard to ignore. I really hope career services sends us some kind of email addressing this.
I chuckled at this.
Yes, the stats are alarming and yes, I'm a little scared now too, but I don't think Wake is going to do that. Maybe this is a question that needs to come up on ASD, but I would take a look at lawschooltransparency for better data than shitty ABA.
EDIT: You beat me to it