student-gradutes-workforce.pngJust 44 percent of college seniors feel very prepared to embark on a career, according to the results of McGraw-Hill Education’s fourth annual survey of more than 5,000 college students. 

A larger portion – 83 percent – who feel at least moderately prepared say their communication and other interpersonal skills tend to be stronger than their technical, presentation and networking skills.

College seniors also said they’re looking for three main factors to feel fulfilled in their career: a good work/life balance, an attractive salary and benefits, and opportunities to learn and grow as a professional.

Find out more about what type of job seniors are looking for, how they feel about their job prospects and other elements that can affect companies’ recruiting efforts in the Future Workforce Survey report.

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