The Economic Policy Institute says, “For the fifth consecutive year, new graduates will enter a profoundly weak labor market and will face high unemployment and underemployment rates and depressed wages.”
What does the job market look like for the class of 2013?
But its not all doom and gloom. About 27% of campus recruiters expected to boost starting salaries, up from 20% the year before, according to surveys by the College Employment Research Institute at Michigan State University.
In the infographic below, SpareFoot shares some stats and figures on the Class of 2013.