The State of College Graduate Employment Report offers a comprehensive view of the college graduate employment job market. This study focuses on both the college graduate and the employer looking to hire them.
Future and recent college grads are facing the realities of a poor economy and job market. These entry-level workers have relaxed their expectations on what they expect from a job, how long it will take to secure a job while seeking to bolster their resumes with relevant work experience and broadening their use of new job search methods.
Gain insight on how these graduates view the job market, how they approach their job search and the specific tools they use to find jobs. Plus, learn how employers evaluate college candidates, how they promote their job openings and the number of graduates they plan to hire.
In this webinar, you heard about:
- The state of hiring for recent and future college graduates and the employers that hire these entry level workers
- Hiring trends, worker attitudes "gaps" between what potential workers value in jobs and how they are different from those that hire them
Monster would like to thank its presenter, Dr. Phil Gardner.
Dr. Phil Gardner
Director of the Collegiate Employment Research Institute at Michigan State University
Phil Gardner is the Director of the Collegiate Employment Research Institute at Michigan State University. Prior to joining MSU, he was on the faculty at the University of California, Riverside. His primary research interests cover the transition from college to work, early career dynamics of young adults, impact of co-curricular activities on career aspirations and achievement, and college labor markets. Dr. Gardner has published his work in a variety of publications and speaks frequently on college campuses and before employer associations. He received the Academy of Management award for Outstanding Publication in Organizational Behavior (with Dr. Chao) in 1995. Dr. Gardner currently serves as senior editor of the Journal of Cooperative Education and Internships.