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The conversion rates have climbed more than 10 percent for both Class of 2018 interns and co-ops.
internships, hiring outlook, surveys, spotlight, co-ops
Employers are preparing for a robust recruiting season this fall, which is in line with results of recent research that highlight the growing focus on fall recruiting.
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Employers amended their fall 2018 hiring projections and now to increase hiring of new college graduates by nearly 11 percent, according to NACE’s Job Outlook 2019 Spring Update.
This year’s hiring outlook for interns and co-ops is expected to continue the trend of positive movement seen over the past three years.
More than 28 percent of employers plan to hire Class of 2019 international students, representing a nearly 5 percent gain from last year.
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Employers in specific industries are
showing high interest in the most in-demand majors from the Class of 2019.
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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.
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.
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