ASU named among best universities for Silicon Valley job seekers

Jul 14, 2015, 7:00 AM | Updated: 7:00 am
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PHOENIX — For those looking to land a career in or around Silicon Valley, having a degree from Arizona State University can put you at a huge advantage.

According to BusinessInsider.com, ASU is the No. 18 university in the nation to produce employees who were hired by top companies in the Silicon Valley area.

San Jose State University, University of California, Berkeley, San Francisco State University, Stanford University and University of Washington made up the top five schools for Silicon Valley-job seekers.

Jobvite, a recruiting company, analyzed more than seven million applications and 40,000 hires to determine their findings.

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