Only 11% of business leaders and 14% of the public believe universities adequately prepare graduates for work.
That’s a different view than higher ed chief academic officers have. According to a Gallup poll, 96% of them believe their institutions’ graduates have the skills and competencies necessary to succeed in the workplace.
“It’s such a shocking gap, it’s just hard to even say what’s going on here,” said Gallup’s lead education pollster.
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