Graduating seniors of all majors saw an increased hiring rate in multiple sectors, especially in entry-level positions, Hilary Flanagan, director of the Career Center, said.“If entering the job market was something you wanted to do, there were employers from a wide variety of industries and of all sizes looking for students across all majors,” Flanagan said. “On-campus recruiting numbers are still on the incline, and entry-level hiring across sectors was up from the previous five years.”The Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Research collects most of the quantitative data about the class of 2014, and a full report will not be available until next spring, Flanagan said. Still, she said the Career Center could predict certain trends in the class of 2014’s future plans.“Typically, we have about 60 percent of students who enter the world of work after graduation, with just under a third of the class headed off to graduate school,” Flanagan said. “Notre Dame typically has nine to 10 percent of the student body commit to a year or more of service upon graduation.”Some of the most popular careers include financial analyst, account manager, marketing assistant, research assistant, teacher, field engineer, actuarial assistant, technical analyst and medical scribe, Flanagan said. Careers as consultants are increasing as a popular choice, she said.“We do see more students from all majors heading into the consulting field,” Flanagan said. “This trend appears to be gathering momentum, as our students are more highly sought after for consulting work across industry sectors.”The Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Research also gathers data on geographical spread and publishes its findings next spring, but Flanagan said Notre Dame graduates tend to distribute themselves very widely across the country and the globe. Many in the class of 2014 will also move into careers with companies that include other Notre Dame alumni in their ranks, Flanagan said.“We are extremely blessed to have the kind of dedicated alumni community that we do here at Notre Dame,” she said. “The extended Notre Dame family goes out of its way to help students who are seeking information on various career paths, employers, graduate programs, geographic areas, et cetera.“Many of those participating in on-campus recruiting at career fairs or through interviews, posting positions in Go Irish or sharing their experiences at information sessions throughout the year are ND alumni. Fortunately, our current ND students continue to meet and exceed their expectations.”The fact that so many graduates find great jobs immediately out of college correlates directly to the quality of the students’ Notre Dame educations, Flanagan said.“Notre Dame students have an excellent track record of finding fantastic first destinations immediately after graduation,” she said. “Even better, our graduates go on to have lifelong career success, truly making a positive impact while sharing their unique talents with the world.“It is a pleasure for me to work with my team in the Career Center, as well as our campus partners and alumni, to foster the positive succession of each graduate’s lifetime career transitions.”Tags: 2014 Commencement, employment, Notre Dame Career Center
Atletico Madrid won for the first time in four games on Saturday thanks to a 1-0 win over Granada that moved them into fourth place in La Liga, as Getafe continued their surprising charge towards Champions League football. Argentinian forward Angel Correa scored Atletico’s only goal in the sixth minute at the Wanda Metropolitano, netting for the fifth time in nine matches. Diego Simeone must prepare Atletico Madrid for a Champions League last 16 meeting with holders Liverpool Atletico had goalkeeper Jan Oblak to thank for preserving the three points with a superb save from Roberto Soldado’s crafty second-half backheel. Diego Simeone’s side could be overtaken on Sunday by Sevilla, who visit Celta Vigo, but the coach welcomed the return to form for a side who must face holders Liverpool in the last 16 of the Champions League later this month. “We needed to win. Our stadium’s support was extraordinary, we needed that energy,” Simeone said.Advertisement Getafe took another step towards Champions League qualification as Jorge Molina scored twice in a sensational 3-0 win over fellow top-four contenders Valencia. The 37-year-old Molina capped a storming performance with two goals in the second half before Jaime Mata added a third with three minutes left, after Valencia’s Alessandro Florenzi had been sent off. Getafe stay third, three points ahead of Atletico and Sevilla. Up next for Jose Bordalas’ side is a trip to Barcelona next weekend but on this evidence, it will be the stumbling Catalans feeling nervous ahead of that game. Getafe face La Liga’s defending champions on the back of four consecutive victories, in which they have scored nine goals and conceded none. Promoted ContentThe Best Cars Of All Time9 Most Disturbing Movie DystopiasWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year8 Addictive And Fun Coffee FactsBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemTop 10 Most Iconic Characters On TVWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithHere Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet! Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Jorge Molina (right) celebrates scoring in Getafe’s 3-0 win over ValenciaThey bullied Valencia from start to finish, faster to the ball and hungrier in the tackles with all three goals coming from Getafe’s players reacting quicker than their opponents.“It was all shit, in defence and in attack,” said Valencia’s Gabriel Paulista. “We have to change today’s attitude. They have been more like men.”After Barca, they will play Ajax in the Europa League.Valencia, meanwhile, have won only four out of nine games since the turn of the year, with their own Champions League last 16 tie against Atalanta fast approaching.Getafe had to wait until 13 minutes into the second for Molina’s opener. He slid the ball to Mata and then beat two Valencia defenders to the rebound from Jaume Domenech’s save.Read Also: Oshoala nets as Barcelona zoom into Spanish Cup FinalDani Parejo was at fault for the second as he gave the ball away in midfield and one pass set Molina free. He had three defenders to beat but somehow bundled through, a final pirouette making space for a smart finish.Florenzi was sent off with 12 minutes left for a frustrated spear tackle from behind on Marc Cucurella before Mata made it three.Villarreal were held to a 1-1 draw by Real Valladolid as well-travelled French forward Hartem Ben Arfa made his debut as a second-half substitute.
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