postcollegiate

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postcollegiate

(ˌpəʊstkəˈliːdʒɪət) or

postcollege

adj
(Education) education denoting something that takes place after college or among those that are no longer at college
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Associations make the world smarter, safer and better-they provide, among others, postcollege skills education and standards of excellence and serve underserved sectors of society.
But first we turn to administrative data on postcollege earnings from five states.
These stressors can burden college students as they chart a career path and, ultimately, their first postcollege job.
So what makes Otherkin, a postcollege garage band, stand out from all the other great acts that are currently treading the waters of the bustling Irish music scene?
In that survey, 14% of adults in their immediate postcollege years (aged 24 to 34) indicated they were living at home with their parents.
But as someone whose life education changed for the better, I worry that free tuition in SUCs might just be a flashy fireworks display, unable to deliver postcollege success.
Among Korean immigrants, proportionally more native-college graduates are engaged in selfemployed small business than postcollege or noncollege graduates.
I then extend the simple environment by dividing the potential postcollege unemployment spell into multiple subperiods.
They aim to go beyond the traditional focus on access and paying for college by discussing preparation for college, completion, and postcollege financial well-being.
With appropriate support and counseling, students with Level 1 ASD can become socially integrated into the college environment, complete required academic work, and be adequately prepared for postcollege employment expectations.
A post hoc analysis of variance indicated that a greater number of Veterans who had a postcollege education level were willing to use e-mental health compared with Veterans with only undergraduate education (F = 0.