U.S. News & World Report plans to roll out more detailed employment data on its Web site next year as part of its high-profile law schools rankings package. The change won’t alter how rankings are calculated, said director of data and research Robert Morse, but it will give law students and prospective students a clearer picture of the job market.

“It’s clear that the job market is far less robust than it was when U.S. News started publishing and when the current Web site was designed,” Morse said. “This will make a far richer amount of information available about the employment prospects of recent graduates.”

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