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Retention of recent college graduates in New England


  • Alicia Sasser


This policy brief outlines basic facts about the retention of recent college graduates in New England including how we stack up against other regions, what factors affect the region's ability to retain graduates, and the reasons why recent college graduates choose to leave New England. This brief summarizes analysis in NEPPC research report 08-1: The Future of the Skilled Labor Force in the Region: The Supply of Recent College Graduates.

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  • Alicia Sasser, 2009. "Retention of recent college graduates in New England," New England Public Policy Center Policy Brief, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedbbr:y:2009:n:09-2

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