The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has good news for members of the Class of 2018. It reports in its “Job Outlook 2017 Spring Update” that more than 75 percent of employers surveyed “plan to be on campus recruiting for both full-time and intern/co-op positions,” and that only fewer than two percent are not hiring in the 2017-18 recruiting year.
More than 25 percent say they plan to hire graduates with doctoral degrees, an increase of nearly ten percent over the previous survey.
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