Additional highlights from the survey results: * Among the skills that college graduates identify as having developed primarily as a result of their college experience are critical-thinking skills, research skills, and the ability to communicate with others. * Nearly half of college graduates' first full-time job was highly related to the field in which they received their first degree. * Regardless of race/ethnicity, the majority of college graduates would attend the same institution if they could begin again, but hispanics were most likely to attend the same college if given the option. * Among the college experiences that graduates found most beneficial were the knowledge from courses, the experience of living independently, and their relationships with other students.
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