Where are they now? A description of 1992-93 Bachelor's degree recipients 10 years later. Statistical analysis report (NCES 2007-159)

Citation

Bradburn, E. M., Nevill, S., & Cataldi, E. F. (2006). Where are they now? A description of 1992-93 Bachelor's degree recipients 10 years later. Statistical analysis report (NCES 2007-159). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics.

Abstract

Using data from the 2003 Baccalaureate and Beyond Longitudinal Study (B&B:93/03), this report provides an overview of the status of 1992–93 college graduates 10 years after graduation. The report presents highlights of these college graduates’ lives in 2003 in five areas—education after the bachelor’s degree, labor force participation, opinions about their undergraduate education, family status, and civic participation. In addition to presenting a basic profile of graduates’ lives in 2003, the report is also intended as a broad introduction to the kinds of data available in B&B:93/03. A table compendium with five sections corresponding to the five areas above provides additional detail about how graduate characteristics are associated with the highlighted outcomes as well as related experiences in each area. The estimates in this report represent about 1.2 million bachelor’s degree completers from 1992–93.