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Employers plan to hire 16.6 percent more
new graduates from the Class of 2019 than they did from the Class of 2018 for
positions in the United States.
hiring outlook, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
Employers report that they will be active on campus this fall hiring college students for internships and co-ops, and new graduates from the Class of 2019 for full-time positions.
The composition of Class of 2018 hires by degree includes more than 80 percent of these new college hires having a bachelor’s degree.
Business schools are seeing a stable recruiting market for M.B.A. and specialized master’s programs compared with the same time period last fall.
hiring outlook, recruiting, graduate students, spotlight, MBA
Employers plan to hire 1.3 percent fewer graduates from the Class of 2018 for U.S. positions than they did from the Class of 2017.
While hiring for both internships and co-ops is expected to increase this year, the anticipated increases are relatively small.
internships, hiring outlook, surveys, spotlight, co-ops
Continuing a slide that has occurred in recent years, the percentage of employers that will hire international students has hit a new low.
hiring outlook, international students, trends and predictions, surveys, recruiting, spotlight
Eight of the 10 top majors in demand by employers at the bachelor’s degree level fall in the business category, continuing a shift away from high-tech majors.
candidate selection, hiring outlook, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
There is little change in when employers will reassess their hiring needs, which may mean their current schedules are working or the job market is stable.
hiring outlook, trends and predictions, surveys, assessment, spotlight
The percentage of employers that rate the job market as “very good” has reached a four-year high.