Class of 2015 set to brave a challenging job market

May 11, 2015

According to Carl Van Horn, director of the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers, the entering graduate class should be greeted by a job market similar to pre-recession days.

“They’re not all going to get jobs right away, but in a few months, most of them will find a good job that pays them a reasonable amount of money,” Van Horn said.

NJ1015.com, May 11

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