To keep more talent, panel calls for stronger ties between Worcester, college students

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Greater Worcester is home to 12 colleges and universities that graduated 7,500 students in 2014. But for most, their time in Worcester is short lived.

Speakers at Thursday’s Worcester Regional Research Bureau’s panel discussion, “Degrees of Separation: Retaining College Graduates in Greater Worcester,” held at Assumption College, speculated about why relatively few grads stay local, and how community leaders can help them change their minds.

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