There is finally some good news for recent college graduates: The job market is getting better. That’s the conclusion from local experts in an article in the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Linda Peacock-Landrum, director of career services at UW-Green Bay, told the newspaper jobs are out there but students may need to relocate. “Gaining experience and being employed is key right now. This economy does not really allow right now for recent graduates holding out for their dream job.” Read more.
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9 Jan, 2020