Job Market Is Better than One Year Ago for New College Graduates

Last year, she lost a part-time job at a bookstore when many businesses closed because of the pandemic.

After studying child psychology, she will be working at a new child-care center in St.

It recently announced that it will help pay for college for those who stay in their jobs for 120 days.

But jobs are still being offered faster than before the pandemic.

Elise Gould is an economist at the Economic Policy Institute in Washington, D.C.

She said she is looking for students who have experience with computer software, data analysis and computer security.

Dominique Davis is about to finish school at Tennessee State University.

She said it has been hard to find jobs at museums or other places where she can put to use what she learned in school.

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