Why is the employment prospect bad for Suffolk if the US News ranks the programs nationally pretty high?
Im just confsued as to why so many people are attending unranked schools? Is it because they are known regionally? If so, wouldnt the job prospect employment score be higher?
First, employers do care about the rankings. Why do they care? Because they believe the highest ranked schools attract, on average, the most intelligent, hardest working students.
Say I'm looking at two resumes. Author of Resume A went to an out of state school ranked 40, was ranked just outside the top 20%. Author of Resume B went to an out of state school ranked T4, was ranked just outside the top 20%. Assume I don't have a personal preference on the schools and I don't know either person.