Metric Chart: Percent of Bachelor’s Graduates Continuing Education or Employed and Earning $25K+. 2023 Goal: 72% Enrolled/Employed. 2017-18 academic year baseline: 62.9%. 2018-19 academic year progress: 65.7%. 2019-20 academic year progress: 65.9%. 2022-23 academic year goal: 67.0%.
2019-2020 and 2020-2021 data reflect the Florida Board of Governors change in the wage threshold for graduates found employed (from $30,000 to $40,000).
FSU will promote graduate and professional school as an important and viable option for graduating students while preparing those students with graduate school bootcamps and more opportunities to engage with graduate and professional school recruiters.
Students will be given additional opportunities to improve their core career competencies through articulating industry-approved “guided pathways” to career and further education and by the early introduction of students to “Careers In XXXX” classes.
FSU will expand student use of career readiness tools to develop students’ career plans and electronic portfolios, as well as develop mentorship opportunities for students to interact with industry experts.