Graduate Employment Report
The statistics presented in the 2011/2012 reporting year reflect the employment status of the 2010/2011 Mohawk College graduates who were surveyed approximately six months after graduation, following the guidelines of the Freedom of Information Act. The College Graduate Questionnaire was mandated by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read the reports below.
Past Employment Reports:
- 2009/2010 Graduate Employment Report
- 2008/2009 Graduate Employment Report
- 2007/2008 Graduate Employment Report
Please visit Mohawk College’swebpage for additional information on services available to Students and Employers.
Job Prospect informationThe following are external websites on job prospects for industries. Please visit:
Provincial Employment Profile Report which is released by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. The data of this report is collected through the Graduate Outcomes/Graduate Satisfaction survey and the Employer Satisfaction survey. Its main purpose is to provide useful information for potential college students who are making career choices and program selections.
Hamilton Training Advisory Board website for local community planning organization that builds solutions to labour market issues by engaging stakeholders and working with partners.
Information for Ontario Job seekers is an Ontario government website featuring education and training, career planning, job search assistance, and Ontario labour market data and trends information.
Working in Canada website provides job seekers, workers and those who are new to the Canadian labour market with the information required to make informed decisions about where to live and work. The site can assist individuals who are searching for work or looking to make career decisions.
Common methodology has been used for the calculations for all program related information provided by all colleges. However, differences may exist between how Universities and Private colleges calculate their data. For example, graduate employment rates for college graduates are based on surveys conducted 6 months after graduation, whereas university graduate employment rates are based on surveys conducted 2 years after graduation.
The Approved Program Sequence Code (APS) is a number assigned for each approved program by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF PRIVACY:
To maintain confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, information has not been published for categories in which the total number of graduates, the number in the labour force or the number of individuals in receipt of an Ontario Student Load is less than five.
Default, employment and graduation rates are rounded to one tenth of one percent
Key Performance Indicators (K.P.I.) as posted at the Ontario Colleges website. The K.P.I. project is a collaborative venture between Ontario’s college system and the provincial government. Results from three of the Key Performance Indicators - graduate employment, graduate satisfaction and employer satisfaction - are used as the basis for performance funding from the province.