Boston University has been named one of the top ten employers for U.S.-born graduates in 2017 by the BLS.
The news was announced Monday.
Harvard University ranked No. 1 among all universities in terms of applications for U, U-rated jobs, according to the BMS-Equal Employment Opportunity Census.
That’s up from No. 2 in 2017, according the BPS data.
The report is based on the Bachelors Degree Equivalency Survey, which is an annual survey that collects information on U. S.-born applicants to colleges and universities in the U. K.A. for the first time.
The BLS’ survey uses data from the U-Verify system, a government-mandated database that verifies the eligibility of people applying for federal and state jobs.
The survey is the latest data to show that the United States is more racially diverse than previous years.
The Census Bureau released a report in September that showed that more than one in four people in the country are black, and one in eight people are Hispanic.
The BLS report, which ranks U.s.-born Americans on their skills, aptitude and work ethic, showed that among the top 25 colleges in terms the UB system, the top-ranked school was in the private school business, which includes business administration, marketing and accounting.
Harvard ranked No, 1 in terms on the number of applicants who were able to get in the top 5% of their class.
But that was because of the higher average LSAT scores.
The average LSAC score for students who applied to Harvard was 975.
The median LSAT score for U-B students was 972.
The top 25 schools in the BSS-EQUAL COMPETITIVE SAT COMPETITION is ranked on a scale from 1 (very high) to 5 (very low).