BYU ranks 11th in eyes of recruiters, says The Wall Street Journal

by | Oct. 01, 2010

News from Utah

BYU is ranked No. 11 in the country for schools whose graduates were the top-rated by recruiters, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.

In the list of “Top 25 Recruiter Picks,” BYU ranked ahead of schools such as Cornell, Cal-Berkeley, UCLA and MIT.

“This ranking confirms again what recruiters have always said about our students – that they make honest, hard-working and principled employees,” said Vaughn Worthen, manager of BYU's University Career Services. “We are pleased to be recognized as a top producer of highly rated graduates and look forward to sharing the good news with new recruiters.”

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