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How do Loyola law students find their jobs?

As the economy changes, the ways that Loyola's graduates are finding jobs is also changing. While some of our students still find permanent post-graduate employment through on-campus interviewing, the most common way the our graduates find jobs is through a referral or connection from a friend, colleague, relative, professor, etc. Additionally, some graduates are able to find jobs via online job postings, through a targeted resume mailing or through networking contacts. The data below represents the Classes of 2007-2011.

 

Top Four Ways Loyola Students Find Jobs % Reported
Referral by a Friend, Colleague, 
Relative, Professor, Etc.
33%
Targeted Mailing or Networking 22%
Job Postings 18%
On-Campus Interviewing 9%

To learn more about Loyola's on-campus interviewing, view this list of employers who interviewed at Loyola or participated in a resume collect during Fall 2012.

Other ways that Loyola students connect with employers:

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