New Online Reports & Resources
NCA released two new C-Briefs in February. One examines the employment outlook for Communication graduates based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; Communication graduates earn higher early career and mid-career wages than graduates in other humanities and social science disciplines. The second C-Brief breaks down a recent survey from The Chronicle of Higher Education about the skills employers are seeking in new graduates; Communication was cited as the top skill desired.
Under NCA’s Academic & Professional Resources section, we have also added two new eTools essays for educators, featuring the Polls Everywhere platform and the Slack app.
Finally, if you haven’t already viewed NCA’s Contingent Faculty Workforce in Communication report, see how the discipline stacks up against other humanities disciplines when it comes to non-tenure track faculty.