Now featuring 495 universities, the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2018 provides vital information about how successful today’s students are at securing a top job after graduation. Stanford University has retained its place at the top of this year’s ranking, helped by the fact it achieved perfect scores in three categories: employer reputation, alumni outcomes and partnerships with rest of the top 10 is dominated by other American universities, with the University of California, Los Angeles, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of California, Berkeley all featuring. 25 more US institutions appear in the top universities from the UK, China and Australia are also producing some of the most employable graduates in the world, with each of these countries represented in the top 10 alongside the US. 65 countries are included in this year’s ranking in total.
marieke [10:47 AM]
I share your opinion. For some search terms, competition to rank high is not with other websites but with Google itself. I can’t see in the future, but this does not seem to fit Google’s strategy (to organize world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful) and I think it does not serve the audience either. I still hope (and believe) that Google will continue to serve non-paying websites in the search results, giving the audience the best result possible. Otherwise, I think (part of) the audience will turn to a different way of search or a different search engine.