Job prospects for the Class of 2018 are vastly different from 10 years ago

As Anna Hallahan prepared to graduate from Georgetown University this year, she wasn’t feeling too much angst.

The 22-year-old already had a job lined up, a return offer from the government agency where she had interned the summer before. That meant she was able to enjoy her senior year and avoid the slog of recruiting events, cover letters and interviews that most of her classmates faced. Except for the typical stress that comes with finding a job after college, no one seemed too worried, she said.

“It was always like ‘Of course, I’m going to find a job,” she said. “The option of not finding one wasn’t even something that, in my opinion, crosses a lot of people’s minds.

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