Harvard topped the chart of universities around the world that were ranked based on the “employability” of their graduates. MIT ranked seventh worldwide, while Boston University ranked 17th.
The chart, entitled “What the job market wants,” was published today by the New York Times, which said an online survey was compiled by Emerging, a human resources consultancy based in Paris, and Trendence, an institute that researches employer branding, personal marketing, and recruitment, according to the Times.
Other U.S. schools that ranked highly were Yale (2), Standford (5), Columbia (7), and Princeton (8). BU is the next U.S. institution on the list, ranking it seventh in the nation above schools like Brown (which ranked 22) and Duke (26)…
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