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Silicon Valley Nation: What's the right engineering school?

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SylvieBarak   11/27/2012 1:53:55 PM
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“industry ready” - that's the key today, really, isn't it. So many new grads just can't get a job because of that awful catch 22 of "no job experience, no job." Any college that can get itself a reputation as a place where kids not only learn, but actually DO, is really doing their graduates a huge favor. I'd take that over a prestigious name any day.

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