74% of students say diversity is important to them when choosing an employer.
55% of students say they wouldn’t work for an employer with a ‘bad image’, even if the salary was high.
70% agreed with the statement ‘it’s more important for me to feel fulfilled at work than to earn a lot of money.’
On average, the students surveyed were willing to work 47 hours per week in their first job after graduating, 9 hours more than the standard work week.
64% of students said they’d be willing to make sacrifices in their personal lives for their career.
22% expect to be searching for up to a year.
One third of students expect to make anywhere between 20 and 40+.
Law, teaching, health and engineering were the areas with the highest number of students who would stay beyond five years.
Male students say they’re prepared to work 50 hours per week while female students say 45. Male students expect to be paid 68,000 dollars per year in their first job after graduating while women expect they will be paid 60,000 dollars.