How graduates find employment varies a great deal by degree and major. The data below show that there is no single method that works well for all job seekers. Some will find employment primarily through the services of their college career centers, while others will do so primarily through their own efforts or through third-party services. Interviews, internships, career fairs and other recruiting events, personal and professional referrals and traditional job postings are all potential paths to employment after graduation, so job seekers should take advantage of every resource and service available to them.
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