Are you fresh out of school and interested in scoring a job in the world of accounting this summer? You’re in luck! Companies specializing in CPA services say they expect to increase their hiring of new bachelors’ degree holders by an average of 63% over last year.

Thinking of getting into the mining and oil industries? This may not be your year. That industry expects to cut its hiring of new grads by 47%.

In compiling this year’s results, CERI – headed by college labor market expert, Phil Gardner – gathered information from more than 4,730 employers, accessed through nearly 200 career service centers throughout the country. The study includes information from respondents recruiting talent for full-time positions, internships, and co-ops.

This according to a report from Michigan State University’s Collegiate Employment Research Institute (CERI), which each year releases data on the job and salary prospects of students graduating from institutions of higher learning and entering the workforce. We took CERI’s findings on which industries expected to recruit more (or fewer) holders of bachelors’ degrees and created an easy-to-read gallery. Check it out...

Published by General Olomu