New Graduates Find it Hard To Get Jobs
In just a few days many students at the University of Florida will complete their journey through college but many of those graduates have another long journey of finding a job awaiting them.
Unemployment rates here in Florida remain above ten percent and many of the new graduates are finding entry level position already filled with more seasoned workers.
Doctor Wayne Wallace, Director of the University of Florida's Career Resource Center says, "The students who are going to be graduating this coming semester are confronting one of the most difficult jobs market we have seen in the last couple of years". Wallace says that despite the difficulty to find a job most students are employed in around six months.
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