1. Biomedical engineers do not have as many job opportunities. It is a common misconception, I hope, among undergraduate biomedical engineers at Rose-Hulman that we it is difficult to find placement after graduation.
2. It is supposed to show myself and other BEs there are really companies that want us.
3. BE department and undergraduate students at Rose
4. Randy Olson wrote in Infographics Lie that most people respond better to images than plain text. Every year as a BE student we get told that we have the same amount opportunities as other majors.
5. The two infographics I will use as examples are the world and origin of words (pg 3 and 26-27). The segmented circle will be good to show the percentage of BEs at Rose and also the placement percentage at the same time. The words one has a map showing their origin. I can use this to mark the cities with the most BE jobs.
6. The percentage of job placement Rose BEs had in the last few years. The number of companies that attend the career fair for BEs and school percentage of BE to other majors.
How could I combine these two infographics to make it clean and not cluttered? Are there any other statistics that would help solve the misconception?