COLUMBUS, Ind. — Purdue University President Mitch Daniels told The Republic Editorial Board in a meeting Monday about the first Gallup-Purdue University study of college graduates, released today.
Among the findings: When it comes to being engaged at work and experiencing high well-being after graduation, the study of college graduates shows that the type of institution they attended matters less than what they experienced there. Yet, just 3% of all the graduates studied had the types of experiences in college that Gallup finds strongly relate to great jobs and great lives afterward.
For a summary of the findings, go to the Gallup website: