- Apr 24, 2014
Full and original article posted GoLocal Worcester
With just weeks until graduation, the job market is something that is closely examined by many college students ready to make their transition into their first real job. These students hope that they will be able to find a job that fits the subjects that they have been studying for the past four years.
Recently released statistical information from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce show continuing job growth in Massachusetts as well as unemployment rates that have dropped from 6.8-percent in February 2014 to 6.6-percent in March 2014, a figure that is down from 7.1-percent in March 2013. While this looks to be a positive scene for prospective graduates, do these figures accurately project that there will be more jobs?
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