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Graduates not worried about jobs

December 14, 2002

Albany- More students than ever are opting to continue their education...pursuing advanced degrees. But, the one's who plan to send out resume's now are optimistic their find work.

"I try not to think about the economy in that way. If there's a job out there, there's going to be one. I don't too much worry about it. I just leave it in the Lord's hands; he knows best," says Criminal Justice Graduate, Orenthal Porter.

According to the U.S. Labor Department, last week, the people filing for first time unemployment benefits rose to 441,000...the highest number since mid-April.

Posted at 7:15 Pm by elaine.armstrong@walb.com

 

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