University of Miami: New Handshake program feeds job opportunities to students
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India, Sept. 22 -- Completing an internship during college is a major stepping stone to a job for many students.Up to 52 percent of students who work as interns are hired for a full-time job with that same company or organization. And should the student apply for other jobs, simply having internship experience on their resume can make them a much more attractive candidate. They often receive 75 percent more job offers, and it can also spur employers to offer that student a higher salary, statistics from the National Association of Colleges and Employers indicate. To help University of Miami students find jobs and internships more easily, the University's Toppel Career Center is launching a new tool called Handshake Feeds. The search tool ...
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