The jobs website, Saramin, surveyed 863 university students to find that 76.2% “regret” choosing to attend their current schools. Of those, 36% said it wasn’t their first choice of school anyway, 35.9% said the school isn’t a good one for getting a job, 33.5% said the school isn’t providing a good education, and 27.7% said that the tuition is too high.

46.2% of sophomores and juniors added that students’ GPA is very important to employers, and 29.9% said that the alumni network isn’t good. Solid majorities of all upperclassmen are considering attending different schools.

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