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College Grad Hiring to Increase by 21% - Another Reason to go to College!

The job market in the US is continuing to improve, there are more job opportunities for those who are just entering the job market. In the past few years the hiring has been very low but now the market is readying for a change.

According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), employers are going to be hiring 21 percent more college graduates than they did this time last year. Estimate of this number have continued to increase through the fall.

More good news for college internship positions, employers plan to bring on 7% more interns during the college school year. The average college intern can expect $16 an hour for the undergraduate level. Of all companies in the US, 93% of them will hired an intern.

This is good news for all high school students who are considering attending college! Going to college is worth it in the long run. If you decide to attend college remember to choose your dorm twin xl bedding at


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