the one caveat with all of these employment reports is not to get too carried away with the raw numbers. for example,a school with 98% employment looks great. but how many of these students actually got jobs they were looking for, and how many of them had to settle for something much lower / different than what they had expected? of course, no report will actually show these "true" figures. you can only get this sort of info if you know a student or recent alum, and even then you would only be able to get a feel for the actual situation. however, at the end of the day, i do agree that having a job - even if it wasn't your top choice - is better than not having anything at all.