St. John’s University Named First in State In Job Placement
COLLEGEVILLE -- St. John's University has been named the most likely school to get students placed in jobs in the state by the career website Zippia. The website found that St. John's had a job placement rate 10 years after graduation of over 95 percent. They ranked tenth in the nation overall.
The College of St. Benedict came in second in the state with a placement rate of just under 95 percent. This is the fourth time in five years that St. John's earned the top spot, and the third year in a row St. Ben's has been second.
The Website, Zippia, uses data from the Department of Education College Scorecard to form its reports.
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