Good Time to Enter Job Market for New College Graduates
A new study suggests that recent college graduates have a good chance of finding employment.
The website Career Builder published the survey. The website reports on the U.S. job market.
It found that 67 percent of employers plan to hire new college graduates this year. They also found that 27 percent of employers will be hiring recent graduates for jobs that pay up to $57,000 a year.
Career Builder said the improving economy and the rise in retirements of older workers is raising the need for young professionals.
There is, however, a concern that young graduates are not ready for life after college.
Another Career Builder survey of 2,186 hiring professionals found that they worry new college graduates lack professional experience.
They blame universities for placing too much attention on teaching academic subjects that do not relate to real jobs. The hiring professionals suggest that schools should give more support to experience gained through internships.
They also said universities are not preparing their graduates well enough for jobs that involve new technologies.
The survey found that business, computer science and engineering fields were seeking new workers the most. The biological sciences, architecture and education fields needed fewer new workers.
Career Builder's advice to young graduates looking for jobs was to follow companies they like on social media. The website also suggested students write blogs about their career interests.
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1.college graduates 大学毕业生
The company had recruited bright young college graduates.
2.job market 人才市场
Job market information helps to make markets work better.
3.up to 高达；由...决定
It makes no representations that it doesn’t manifestly live up to.
4.professional experience 专业经验
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1.There is, however, a concern that young graduates are not ready for life after college.
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You aren't ready for the rigors of industry.
2.They blame universities for placing too much attention on teaching academic subjects that do not relate to real jobs.
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“凯业必达”网站发布了这一调查结果 。该网站专门报道美国就业市场的境况 。
调查发现，今年67%的雇主打算招聘应届大学毕业生 。27%的雇主表示会以年薪高达57000美元的条件招揽应届毕业生 。
他们将此归咎于当今的大学多把教学重点放在学术课题上，而非实际工作中涉及到的问题 。人力资源专家建议，大学应该倡导学生通过实习积累更丰富的经验 。
调查发现，急需新生力量注入的行业包括商业、计算机科学以及工程 。而生物科学、建筑和教育领域是招新需求最低的行业 。
凯业必达网站建议广大求职毕业生：在社交媒体上多关注自己感兴趣的企业 。另外，建议毕业生们多写些关于职业喜好的博文 。