iSchool alumni employment survey
When our students graduate, they sift through many choices while making decisions on their career.
The Faculty of Information is interested in knowing that path and results. To find out, graduates from the classes of 2009 to 2011 were invited to participate in a short survey to help us better understand career choices after graduation.
The anonymous survey allows the Faculty to identify trends in career paths and job success after graduation, and provide an insight into common job search practices of the graduating class. The survey results will also assist with shaping the career development events and services provided by the Careers Officer for incoming or current students.
The survey was sent to Master of Information and Master of Museum Studies alumni who graduated twelve months ago—in March and/or June 2011, and will be repeated annually with the ‘new’ recent graduates.
This year, since the career choices survey has not been conducted since 2005, we reached out to alumni who completed their studies in 2009 and 2010.
The surveys of past and recent graduates will provide employment statistics and insights into the way that students search for employment upon graduation, and the types of jobs they acquire. Through this survey, The Faculty’s also hopes to be able to use past graduates’ experiences to help current students in their quest for professional employment upon graduation.
If you have not received an invite to complete the survey, please email isidora [dot] petrovicutoronto [dot] ca by Wednesday, July 4.