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U.S. Geoscience Enrollments and Degrees Remain Robust in 2013

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84
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Enrollments in U.S. geoscience programs remained robust during the 2012-2013 academic year.  Though total enrollments retreated from their 2011-2012 highs, the drop in enrollments was less than 3%.  The current enrollment trend likely reflects the strong employment outlook for geosciences relative to the continued weak U.S. job market.  
 

Salaries and Employment Locations of Recent Geoscience Graduates

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81
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
AGI’s National Geoscience Student Exit Survey measures the relevant experiences in school and the immediate career plans upon graduation of recent geoscience degree recipients. In spring 2013, AGI distributed this survey nationally and received 428 responses from 71 geoscience departments. This Currents examines the results from questions focused on the information about students’ employment in the geosciences.
 

Internship Experiences of Recent Geoscience Graduates

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79
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
AGI’s National Geoscience Student Exit Survey measures the relevant experiences in school and the immediate career plans upon graduation of recent geoscience degree recipients. In spring 2013, AGI distributed this survey nationally and received 428 responses from 71 geoscience departments. This Currents examines the results from questions focused on the survey participants’ experiences with internships.
 

Quantitative Skills and Core Science Courses Taken by Geoscience Graduates, Spring 2013

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77
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
AGI’s National Geoscience Student Exit Survey measures the relevant experiences in school and the immediate career plans upon graduation of recent geoscience degree recipients. In spring 2013, AGI distributed this survey nationally and received 428 responses from 71 geoscience departments. This Currents examines the results from questions focused on the survey participants’ courses in quantitative and supplemental science classes.
 

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