The Summer Surge in College Unemployment: Why It Happens and What You can Do About It
Carnevale, Anthony P.
The Summer Surge In College Unemployment shows a rise in unemployment that frightens college graduates as they venture into the job market. This rise in unemployment, however, is cyclical and predictable. The study analyses the summer surge & includes recommendations for students getting ready to graduate.
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