A small group of universities have shown a disproportionate increase in attrition
over the last few years at the same time as theyve boosted their enrolments.
A survey instrument was developed by the researcher to investigate admissions criteria and attrition
rates in dental hygiene programs.
Martin said of the album: "The name Attrition
that I chose 35 years ago for the band I was starting came from "War of Attrition
", a term used for the First World War, inspired by my fascination with it all after stories from my grandfather William Bowes' time on the frontline in Ypres, Belgium, in 1917.
National chair of Nursing Educators in the Tertiary Sector Kathy Holloway said, while the attrition
rate seemed high, she would like to see how it compared with previous decades and other professions.
CONCLUSION Nurse educators need to evaluate student profile characteristics in a comprehensive way when determining risk of attrition
happens in the first three years, which is to be expected.
It concluded that Kuwait has the highest attrition
rate of GCC countries at eight percent.
They see statistics showing the average attrition
rate for banks in the United States at 14.
One should not be alarmed by the attrition
rate in the BPO industry, which has spiralled 75 per cent.
As per the study, the average attrition
rate for the period from January to March 2010 stood at 4.
See our visualization for a comparison of the total number of students expected to enroll in 2009-2010 to the number of students lost to attrition
by ethnic-racial groups.
On annualized and sequential basis, the attrition
rate has shot up to 17.