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The number of employers that have revoked the offers for full-time jobs they made to Class of 2020 college graduates appears to have peaked for the time being.
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Although a relatively small percentage of employers have revoked the offers for full-time jobs they made to Class of 2020 college graduates, the number continues to grow.
NACE quick polls, launched in March 2020, tracked members’ response to the coronavirus pandemic and revealed the evolution of members’ strategy and tactics.
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As NACE has seen play out throughout May, employers are delaying making decisions until they have more information about the fall plans of their college counterparts.
NACE’s Coronavirus Quick Poll reveals the ways employers and colleges are responding to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on their operations and fall plans.
NACE’s April Quick Poll found that just 4.4 percent of employers are revoking their offers to the new college graduates they recruited for full-time positions.
While employers are seemingly more optimistic that they can maintain most of their plans for the fall and next academic year, colleges are more uncertain.
While employers engaged in college recruiting had taken a cautious approach to their programs during the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic, there are now indications of significant shifts.
The NACE Research Department provides analysis of the data gathered from its quick polls to show how responses to the coronavirus pandemic are changing for URR functions.
The NACE Research Department provides analysis of the data gathered from its quick polls to show how responses to the coronavirus pandemic are changing for career services offices.