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Job Outlook Good For 2005 College Grads
By Elizabeth Christensen
Oswego, NY – It's graduation time for college students across the country. It's a time of celebration, but also of anxiety. Many students are now feeling the pressure to find a job.
A number of reports find that college graduates have a good chance of finding employment in their field of study this year.
WRVO's Elizabeth Christensen speaks with Michael Cahill, the director of Syracuse University's Center for Career Services, about how students at his school are faring in the "real world."