Infographic: Finding the Job You Always Wanted

With a fluctuating job market becoming the new norm, landing that dream job is hard enough for college graduates, let alone finding one in the field that you studied for. But don’t worry – according to a recent survey, 56 percent of college graduates find a job in their desired career path within one year of graduation. Even though not all grads land the ideal job within their first year, the majority of graduates agree that their college education was useful. Check out the infographic below for tips on how to make sure your college degree plays a role in your future career.


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This infographic was created by Column Five Media for Rasmussen College.

About Rasmussen College: An innovator of higher education, Rasmussen College is a career-focused, private college that specializes in offering the most in-demand degree programs in a highly supportive, student-centered educational environment. Rasmussen College offers market-relevant degrees online and across its 22 campuses in the Midwest and Florida to more than 15,000 students. By combining its expertise in career development with high academic standards and with unparalleled student support services, graduates of Rasmussen College leave with the most up-to-date knowledge, the skills that employers look for, and the tools to succeed in their chosen field. Since 1900, the primary focus at Rasmussen College has remained constant: student achievement is of the upmost importance, the employer who hires its students continues to be a valued partner, and Rasmussen College is dedicated to being a primary contributor to the growth and development of the communities it serves.

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