With today’s economic downturn, college students are competing for jobs with more seasoned professionals. Many companies are finding an abundance of graduates for hire in the market. How is this changing hiring practices? Join us as Dr. Phil Gardner, Director of the Collegiate Employment Research Institute at Michigan State University, shares his findings from Michigan State Universities’ 2009-2010 Recruiting Trends.
In this webinar you learned:
- What majors and degrees are in demand?
- Are both large and small businesses looking at graduates?
- Will these hiring changes continue or will the trends shift as the economy improves?
If you hire college students and recent grads for your entry level and internship positions, you need to listen to these results.
Monster would like to thank our presenter, Dr. Phil Gardner.
Dr. Phil Gardner
Director of the Collegiate Employment Research Institute at Michigan State University
Phil Gardner is the Director of the Collegiate Employment Research Institute at Michigan State University. Prior to joining MSU, he was on the faculty at the University of California, Riverside. His primary research interests cover the transition from college to work, early career dynamics of young adults, impact of co-curricular activities on career aspirations and achievement, and college labor markets. Dr. Gardner has published his work in a variety of publications and speaks frequently on college campuses and before employer associations. He received the Academy of Management award for Outstanding Publication in Organizational Behavior (with Dr. Chao) in 1995. Dr. Gardner currently serves as senior editor of the Journal of Cooperative Education and Internships.