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Objectives. To improve understanding of the future public health workforce by analyzing first-destination employment outcomes of public health graduates.Methods. We assessed graduate outcomes for those graduating in 2015-2018 using descriptive statistics and the Pearson χ2 test.Results. In our analysis of data on 53 463 graduates, we found that 73% were employed; 15% enrolled in further education; 5% entered a fellowship, internship, residency, volunteer, or service program; and 6% were not employed. Employed graduates went to work in health care (27%), corporations (24%), academia (19%), government (17%), nonprofit (12%), and other sectors (1%). In 2018, 9% of bachelor's, 4% of master's, and 2% of doctoral graduates were not employed but seeking employment.Conclusions. Today's public health graduates are successful in finding employment in various sectors. This new workforce may expand public health's reach and lead to healthier communities overall.Public Health Implications. With predicted shortages in the governmental public health workforce and expanding hiring because of COVID-19, policymakers need to work to ensure the supply of public health graduates meets the demands of the workforce.




Destination WeddingMovie | 2018



The Argentine capital is never dull, but 2018 promises to be an especially exciting year for the eclectic city. Sports fans can cheer on world-class tennis matches, polo tournaments and even the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics this October.


Forbes Travel Guide, formerly Mobil, created America's original hospitality Star Rating system in 1958. Since then, its team of incognito inspectors have checked into thousands of hotels, dined at just as many restaurants, and experienced scores of spa treatments to bring you information on the very best places to stay, eat and relax around the world. Throughout ForbesTravelGuide.com, you'll find Star-Rated and recommended hotels, restaurants and spas, as well as information on destinations and activities, created by Forbes Travel Guide's team of professional editors, correspondents, expert and inspectors.


This new spot featuring a traditional D.C. menu with updated twists won Jeremiah Langhorne the 2018 James Beard Award for Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic. Located in a historic back alley, enjoy fried Chesapeake sugar toads drizzled with buttermilk dressing and hot honey while taking in the exposed brick and antique farmhouse decor. 122 Blagden Alley NW, 202.450.1015, thedabney.com


In DESTINATION WEDDING, Lindsay (Winona Ryder) meets Frank (Keanu Reeves) at the airport just as they're both about to hop on a small plane to San Luis Obispo for the same "destination" wedding. They take an instant dislike to each other and so are dismayed to discover that they're sitting together on the plane ... and then staying next door to each other at the hotel. Then, while sitting together at the rehearsal dinner, they bond over their mutual distaste for the groom, who's Frank's half-brother and Lindsay's ex-boyfriend. During the wedding, they take a walk in the hills and encounter a mountain lion. They escape and make love on a hillside. But later, talking in bed, they're too cynical to admit that they might have a good thing and essentially talk themselves out of continuing to see each other. Could there still be hope?


This is until the hit show Game of Thrones came along a couple of months ago to use the stunning location as a backdrop for one of the most important sites of the show: Dragonstone. So be it the amazing scenery or the connection to Game of Thrones, you can be sure that 2018 will see record numbers of visitors to San Juan de Gaztelugatxe as people will want to experience this beautiful place for themselves.-Silke from Happiness and Things


Visiting Bulgaria has never been easier or more rewarding than it is right now. The most affordable prices in Europe, the abundance of tourist attractions, the vibrant cultural and religious traditions, as well as the accessibility of the small Eastern European country, make Bulgaria an all-year-round perfect tourist destination.


For the third year, Money has found destinations both in the U.S. and internationally that deliver the highest value for your dollar. Each spot is packed with must-do experiences and amenities but at a price that, relatively speaking, makes it a steal. To identify these 20 places we rely on the numbers: more than 32,000 data points in total from dozens of sources, covering cost, year-over-year trends, and customer satisfaction. We got destination information from travel publisher Lonely Planet. (See full methodology.)


Cousins might not see the Jets as a destination where he can win right away. The Jets also could decide to target a quarterback with the No. 6 overall pick in the draft. That was the direction league insiders thought the Jets were heading as the 2017 season got going, but the assumption back then was that the Jets could be picking first or second overall.


Ryan Tannehill's season-ending knee injury will force the Dolphins to at least consider alternatives for 2018 and beyond. Jay Cutler isn't a long-term solution. Tannehill has also reached the point in his contract when the team could release him without negative salary-cap consequences. Cousins could solve a long-running problem in Miami.


GM Dave Gettleman has indicated that he would like to have Manning back in 2018. The Giants could keep Manning for another year or use him as a bridge to a younger quarterback, and they have the No. 2 overall pick in the draft. The Giants also could decide Manning can function well enough to start for the next couple seasons if the team upgrades its offensive line and running game while getting healthy at receiver.


Luck said this week that he won't need another surgery and he's optimistic about his prospects for a healthy return. Even if Luck's status is in question, the Colts could draft a replacement in 2018. They also might think Jacoby Brissett can be at least serviceable if given a baseline level of support.


22% of respondents, N=843 grads, reported continuing education as their first destination after the undergrad degree. (includes "admitted" and "plan to continue education, details not firm")


More than 41,000 voices earned the capital of Dolny Śląsk (Lower Silesia) the first place in the international competition for the European Best Destination 2018. Polish Tourism Organisation and its centres abroad actively supported Wrocław in its rivalry against other European cities.


Voters from 146 countries gave Wrocław victory in an international competition for the prestigious European Best Destination 2018 title. In total the capital of Lower Silesia received more than 41,000 out of 320,000 votes. Wrocław came ahead of, i.a. Bilbao (Spain), Colmar (France), Hvar (Croatia), Riga (Latvia), as well as Milan, Amsterdam, Athens and Paris.


The revision was also used to make an adjustment to how further education data is processed. This led to an overall 3 percentage point decrease in general FE destinations and a corresponding 3 percentage point rise in sixth form college destinations (state-funded mainstream school leavers).


Key stage 4 destination measures follow pupils who were at the end of key stage 4 study (GCSE and equivalent qualifications) in 2017/18, and reports their destinations in the following academic year (2018/19).


They show the percentage of pupils going to an education, apprenticeship or employment destination. To be counted in a destination, young people have to have sustained participation for a 6 month period in the destination year. Full details are provided in the methodology document that accompanies this release.


Not all pupils achieve a sustained destination by staying in education, employment or apprenticeships for at least two terms, but in most cases some data exists on their activity in the destination year. Overall, there is activity information on 99% of the cohort.


In the 2018/19 academic year, 94% of pupils had a sustained education, apprenticeship or employment destination in the year after completing key stage 4, the same as reported in 2017/18. Consistent with previous years, the majority of pupils continued in education (87%), 4% went into a sustained apprenticeship and 3% were in sustained employment.


Sustained education destinations have remained stable in recent years. They increased by 5 percentage points between 2010/11 and 2013/14 (up from 82% to 87%). The rise is driven by the raising the participation age (RPA) policy which was introduced in 2013/14.


The majority (97%) of those with high key stage 2 prior attainment in reading, writing and maths at age 11 had a sustained destination, compared to 93% of those in the middle prior attainment band, and 89% of those with low key stage 2 prior attainment.


Low attaining disadvantaged pupils were less likely to go into sustained apprenticeships (3 percentage point gap) and much more likely not to sustain their destination (8 percentage point gap) than low attaining non disadvantaged pupils.


Overall education, employment and apprenticeship destinations for local authority (LA) maintained schools, converter academies, free schools and university technical colleges (UTC) are broadly in line with the national average of 94%. Sponsored academies (91%), studio schools (91%) and further education (FE) colleges (81%) are below the national average.


The type of education destination differs between school types with pupils in converter academies, free schools and UTC's more likely to go on to school sixth forms, compared to the national average of 38%, while LA maintained schools, sponsored academies and studio schools pupils are less likely to do so. This may partly reflect the higher likelihood of schools of these types having their own sixth-form provision.


Sustained apprenticeship and employment destinations for UTCs (9% and 5%) and studio schools (8% and 7%) are above the national average (4% and 3%) in both categories. All other school types are broadly similar to the national average except for FE colleges where students are more than twice as likely to go in to employment (8%) when compared to the national figure of 3%. 041b061a72


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