One of the elements that contributes to a learner’s employ ability after graduation is their capacity for career adaptation. This trait not only improves life and work happiness but also makes it easier for graduates to find rewarding employment that matches their passions and places them in a supportive work environment. To answer research questions and evaluate research hypotheses, this study combines qualitative and quantitative research approaches to gather enough data and evidence, including qualitative research techniques (secondary literature review, expert consultation, graduate student consultation, and semi-structured interview) and quantitative research techniques (collection of data, data analysis). According to the findings of the study, there are four factors consisting of personal, organizational, occupation-specific, and environmental factors having an impact on how adaptable graduates of the University of Education would be in their careers between 2016 and 2021. The University of Education should actively support students in career guidance and scientific research activities to increase their opportunities to access knowledge, develop relationships, and position themselves in the best possible way, according to the study’s recommendations. It also needs to supplement and strengthen training in professional ethics and soft skills for students.