As if missing out on traditional graduation ceremonies because of the coronavirus pandemic wasn’t disappointing enough, the 1.3 million students graduating from a two-year or four-year college in the United States this year are entering a job market with nearly 15% unemployment, according to figures released May 8 by the Labor Department.
Some job offers have been rescinded or pushed back, and internships have been canceled or changed, forcing college graduates to rethink their plans. Others might be thinking of going to graduate school to wait things out until the economy improves. What is the best course of action? Here are some things to consider.
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