Earning a college degree may feel like the end of the transition into adulthood, but getting a job post-graduation is a lot tougher than one might think. Although stellar grades and picking the right major are important factors, the school itself is as influential.
Zippia, the career-guidance site, used the latest data on job placement ratings for colleges to compile a new list of the schools in each state with the best percentage of their graduates getting jobs after graduation:
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