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NEW YORK, NY (GLOBE NEWSWIRE – Oct. 17, 2017) New research from World Education Services (WES) finds that 89 percent of international alumni and 92 percent of current international students believe their U.S. education is a good investment. However, many face difficulties navigating visa authorization, gaining work experience, and finding jobs in their home countries or the U.S. after graduation.
The research report, Career Prospects and Outcome of U.S.-Educated International Students: Improving Services, Bolstering Success, delves into the career expectations and outcomes for international students, barriers to professional success, and ways career services offices can better support international students’ transition into the workforce. The research shows:
“There is a strong opportunity for institutions to understand and better meet the needs of international students,” said Bryce Loo, one of the report’s authors. “In doing so, institutions not only help their students succeed but enhance their own reputations among prospective international students.”
The research report highlights the results of a June 2017 survey of more than 2,000 current international students and alumni.
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