Job Market Looks Positive For 2015 Graduates

The UGA Career Fair was held today at The Classic Center. The fair gives students the opportunity to meet future employers and network. This year’s graduating class has a more positive chance of landing a job than graduates two years ago did.

 

Athens, Ga.– Assistant Professor of Economics in the Terry College of Business says the outlook for jobs is optimistic for students graduating in May. He says it’s especially hopeful for those who have worked job in their specific area of study throughout their undergraduate career. There is Career Fair being held at the Classic Center today from 12-5 p.m. Watch Grady Newsource at 5 p.m. to find out more.

 

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