Professor Amy Binder and Daniel Davis discuss their research into career funneling at Stanford and Harvard universities. Thanks to a competitive recruitment process supported by career advising centers, a majority of students at these elite universities enter consulting or finance.
- Product:SAGE Video
- Type of Content:Video Case
- Title:Career Funneling
- Publisher:SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year:2017
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- Discipline: Sociology
- Subject:Sociology of Work (general), Sociology of Education (general), Higher Education
- Keywords: attitudes and behavior, career choice, career services model, case study research, college administration, colleges, comparison, competitive behavior, complicity (ethics), consultation, decision making and career development, human agency, identity (sociology), influence and position, interviews, investment (finance), labor market trends, labor markets, peer influences, preference formation, prestige, qualitative research methods, reputation management, Sociological approach, Student recruitment, Supply and demand, technology and careers, trends, universities
Academic: Amy Binder
Academic: Daniel DavisOnline ISBN:9781526406323Copyright: © SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017