Students Get Head Start on Job Hunt at UF Career Showcase
It can take six months for new college graduates to find a job.
University of Florida officials want to help students get a head start.
Today was day one of the two-day career showcase at UF.
The showcase features nearly 300 companies from different industries like healthcare, sales, and engineering.
Today, students poured into the O'Connel Center to talk with recruiters, hand out resumes, and network.
Some students said they are worried about their job prospects, but others are optimistic.
The showcase continues tomorrow from 9am to 3pm.
Organizers say they expect between five to six thousand students to participate.
The event is open to UF students and alumni.
Visit the Career Resource Center Web site for more information.
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