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One-third of organizations (35 percent) have already hired college students to begin working before or after their graduation, according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Hiring of 2015 College Graduates Survey.
Additionally, 71 percent of the organizations that have not hired any graduates yet are planning to do so, an 18 percent increase since 2013.
However, with the increased demand for college graduates, 14 percent of organizations are experiencing more difficulty recruiting college students compared with 2014. Organizations face the most difficulty filling positions in science (36 percent), trades (30 percent), engineering (30 percent) and technology (29 percent).
How to overcome challenges recruiting college graduates:
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