McMaster graduates ranked among the most employable in the world

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McMaster graduates continue to rank among the world’s most employable, according to a key ranking from Times Higher Education.  

McMaster ranked 85th in the world and 5th in Canada in this year’s Global Employability Ranking. 

“Our graduates have earned a global reputation for the creativity and collaborative spirit they bring to the workforce,” says McMaster President and Vice-chancellor David Farrar.  

“The employability ranking reflects our commitment to fostering the type of innovative thinking and critical problem-solving skills graduates need to excel in their professional lives.”  

The Global Employability Ranking surveys managers and recruiters from top companies across the world responsible for recruiting over 800,000 graduates in the past year. 

This year, more than 100,000 votes were cast by over 11,500 people across 44 countries. 

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