The attrition rate
for students at community colleges, even those students who are committed to pursue baccalaureate degrees, is greater than the attrition rate
of students at four-year colleges.
Referring to implications of the attrition rate
for undergraduate nursing education, Walker said some older nurses felt the degree education did not adequately prepare nurses for the more emotional aspects of nursing "and that, in particular, they don't build the social support structures necessary to carry them through the tough times at work".
Service specialist attrition rate
is stable, averaging about 5 percent over the past five years and 5.
are important aspects of hotel contracts that can be altered due to the changing economy and societal tendencies.
The 43 percent attrition rate
of the basic online statistics course is higher than that of any other course in the study and may have a lot to do with campus enrollment in the advanced statistics course being higher than the online counterpart.
3 Just as the earlier three-country National Research Council study found, our data suggest that there is a statistically measurable increment to the worker attrition rate
associated with HIV infection, but the magnitude of the effect continues to be extremely small, perhaps less than half what would be predicted based on national seroprevalence.
In addition, to simulate natural selection pressures, he varied the survival and attrition rates
of the new DNA sequences.
In heap-leach conditions attrition rate
can be based upon carbon lost per ton of solution processed, carbon lost per ton carbon-stripped, or carbon lost per ounce gold-produced.
Dr Sameer Malhotra, head of psychiatry at Max Healtcare, said: " In any organisation, attrition rate
depends on the quality of life.
Why do so many Maori and Pacific nursing and midwifery students fail to complete their studies, with the highest attrition rates
occurring during the first year of the degree programmes?
The attrition rate
in nursing programs at four-year schools is even lower, 10.
1% attrition rate
so far this year, according to the NCUA.