Last fall as their senior year was getting under way,  According to a national survey highlighted on CBS News, grads now find themselves scrambling in a market that has increased by only 2%. At the end of May 2013, the U.S. Labor Department reported a one-week increase in the unemployment rolls of 354,000 — and that was on top of the more than 10,000 Americans who filed for unemployment benefits the previous week. While unemployment for new college grads has actually decreased since the height of the recession when it topped 10%, the decrease has been minimal. New grad unemployment today is hovering

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