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2015 New Graduate Hiring to Increase

NACE’s Job Outlook 2015 report just came out, and the news is good:  Employers plan to hire 8.3 percent more new college graduates from the Class of 2015 for their U.S. operations than they did from the Class of 2014.

Posted in Entry level jobs, Getting Hired, Hiring Trends

Making Liberal Arts Graduates More Employable

David DeLong wrote an interesting article in the Harvard Business Review a couple of months ago, suggesting ways that liberal arts colleges can help their graduates overcome the “skills gap” and make themselves more employable. His basic premise is this: 

Posted in Blog, Career Resources, Certifications, Current Jobs for Graduates, Entry level jobs, Getting Hired, Higher Education, Interviewing, Job Matching, Liberal Arts, Pre-Employment Testing, Resumes, Skills Assessment

Top Paying Liberal Arts Majors

Let’s start off on an uplifting note–a look at where liberal arts majors are using their degrees to earn the biggest bucks. The National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE) does a lot of studies and puts out a lot

Posted in Arts & Humanities, Blog, Entry level jobs, Liberal Arts, Salaries

Welcome, Liberal Arts Devotees!

We’d like to start a conversation. It’s not that we don’t already enjoy what we do at Current Jobs for Graduates.  But we’d like to spend our time on something more than just finding and posting entry level jobs every

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