Job Prospects For New Grads Best Since Recession

When Bowdoin College senior Danny Lowinger, 22, graduates this month, he won't be facing unemployment. He's landed a job and he's in good company as colleges send millions of his peers into the workplace. Employment prospects for new college grads are better now than at any time since the start of the great recession, say college placement directors, employment experts and students themselves. According to the Associated Press, the unemployment rate for college grads aged 24 or younger has been...Full Story
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