jobFor those of us worried about being homeless after college — or worse, moving back in with our parents, the National Association of Colleges and Employers’ survey has some encouraging results. According to data from the month of February, entry-level hiring is increasing.

The survey’s index is scaled from zero to 200, with 100 denoting no change. From December to January, entry-level hiring rose from 120.9 to 126.3 — an upturn the size of which has never before been reported.

The survey also shows that 53.3 percent of participating companies stated that they intend to hire more college graduates than the previous year. This is pretty good news for those of us currently planning how to feng shui our cardboard box.

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National Association Of Colleges And Employers Hiring Index Shows Increase In Jobs For College Grads [The Huffington Post]


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