What does “Employed - Undeterminable” mean?

On the ABA Employment Status report, “Employed - Undeterminable” refers to a graduate who is employed, but there is insufficient information available to determine into which categories the position should be placed. Students will show as Employed - Undeterminable if:

The student’s reported outcome has no employment requirement. This information is captured by the “What type of credentials were needed for this job?” field. 

Tip: To find students missing an employment requirement value, create a Custom Outcome Report and filter for “Employment Requirement ≠ Select All” to exclude all outcomes that have employment requirements.

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