Monday, March 9, 2009

Solum's Entry-Level Hiring Report

The first iteration, with not quite 100 reports, is here.  Here is the "success rate" of those schools with at least three placements (the total number of placements divided by the average size of recent graduating classes, rounded to the nearest 25):

1.  Yale University (.060)

2.  Harvard University (.033)

3.  University of Chicago (.030)

4.  Columbia University (.021)

5.  University of Michigan (.019)

6.  University of California, Berkeley (.018)

7.  Stanford University (.017)

8.  New York University (.008)

This does not factor in, of course, the quality of the placements, or the extent to which graduates had other degrees, VAPs, or the like.

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