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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.
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The percentage of employers that rate the job market as “very good” has reached a four-year high.
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Employers plan to hire 4 percent more new graduates for their U.S. operations from the Class of 2018 than they did from the Class of 2017.
Employer hiring plans for fall recruiting for the Class of 2018 look very promising, according to NACE’s Job Outlook 2017 Spring Update.
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Employers are projecting to hire 3.4 percent more interns and 6.3 percent more co-ops in 2017 than they did in 2016.
internships, hiring outlook, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight, co-ops
Nearly all respondents to NACE’s Job Outlook 2017 Spring Update plan to hire bachelor’s-degree graduates, and more than half expect to hire master’s grads.
The latest hiring outlook for the Class of 2017 shows that employers are holding steady with the original hiring projections they provided last fall.
Hiring for U.S. openings for Class of 2017 graduates is expected to be relatively flat as employers plan to hire 5.8 percent more new graduates this year.
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Even though the hiring projection for new college graduates appears flat, most employers view the job market for college graduates in a positive light.