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College grads face a bad job-hunting environment

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http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metropolitan/6218501.html

From the Houston Chronicle … Jan. 18, 2009 …

Facing what experts have called “one of the worst job environments in years,” according to the Houston Chronicle, college grads — even those with near perfect SATs, straight-A averages, and an impressive array of internships — are having difficulty getting job offers these days. This is discouraging many of them, only a couple years after seeing their friends, who graduated a year or two ago, field several offers by the spring semester of their senior years.

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