Internship Programs Foster Loyalty


CAREERS & RECRUITING

M ore than one-third (37%) of employers surveyed by the National Association of Colleges and Employers reported higher retention in the first year of hire among former interns than their full-time colleagues who did not go through their internship program. Five years after hire, nearly half (49%) said former interns had higher retention.

Source: 2008 Experiential Education Survey, www.naceweb.org .

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