Allow me to take some pressure off your job search by informing you that no one’s hiringVia someecards

Actually, “this year’s class enters the strongest job market for graduates since 2008" but "Many students are not graduating with the skills or background employers are looking for. This mismatch between what students are interested in doing, and what employers are willing to pay for, may be the biggest impediment to a rewarding career for the newest generation of American workers.”

Allow me to take some pressure off your job search by informing you that no one’s hiring

Via someecards

Actually, “this year’s class enters the strongest job market for graduates since 2008" but "Many students are not graduating with the skills or background employers are looking for. This mismatch between what students are interested in doing, and what employers are willing to pay for, may be the biggest impediment to a rewarding career for the newest generation of American workers.”


Despite the budding social network trends like Facebook app BranchOut, employers are less likely to use Facebook, Twitter or even LinkedIn to recruit their young talent. Only 16 per cent of employers recruit on social networks all of the time or most of the time, while 48 per cent use job boards and 44 per cent use employee referrals.
-Gen Y study: Young people told to get internships to get a job. Then the internships dry up

Despite the budding social network trends like Facebook app BranchOut, employers are less likely to use Facebook, Twitter or even LinkedIn to recruit their young talent. Only 16 per cent of employers recruit on social networks all of the time or most of the time, while 48 per cent use job boards and 44 per cent use employee referrals.

-Gen Y study: Young people told to get internships to get a job. Then the internships dry up