A new report from Instead and F1 Hire emphasizes the need for more data on employment outcomes for international graduates in the US to help institutions market themselves better and improve career services.

Key findings include the preference for STEM programs due to better job opportunities, and that international graduates with non-US degrees often earn higher starting salaries in the US compared to those with US degrees.

The report recommends that universities invest in career services and build relationships with employers, particularly those who sponsor H-1B visas, and highlights the importance of using graduate testimonials for promotion.

Additionally, regions outside the popular states like California, New York, and Texas show promising H-1B job opportunities for international students.

Source Link: ICEF Monitor



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