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The National Association of Colleges and Employers—or NACE—has some  bad news  for the Class of 2009.  Employers expect to hire 22% fewer graduates than they did in 2008.

A Hard Rain's Falling for the Class of 2009

The National Association of Colleges and Employers—or NACE—has some bad news for the Class of 2009.  Employers expect to hire 22% fewer graduates than they did in 2008.

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This year's college graduates face the worse entry-level job market since the dot-com bust of the late 1990's.

Congratulations, Graduate, Now Find a Job!

This year's college graduates face the worse entry-level job market since the dot-com bust of the late 1990's.

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