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The class of 2013 will enter an improved economy and is expected to earn more through its first year in the workforce than its counterparts in the class of 2012, United Press International reports.
The class of 2013 will enter an improved economy and is expected to earn more through its first year in the workforce than
(Reporting by Patricia Reaney; Editing by Cynthia Osterman) In addition to being underemployed many graduates thought they
Happiness is not a destination, it is the whole ride. Us 20-year-olds need to stop looking at our boyfriends, our jobs, our weight and our paychecks to find happiness. It will never be there. Our happiness is with us, always.
Even the college graduates and millennials who are able to find jobs aren't entirely out of the woods. A 2009 Yale University
What makes certain people get hired while others meander, unemployed right after graduation? Unsurprisingly, Internships.com