Hiring for college grads is poised to improve during the current academic year – a welcome piece of positive news for young Americans who have been among those most affected by a weak job market, the Christian Science Monitor reports. Hiring of new bachelor’s degree holders will increase about 7 percent, compared with the 2010-11 academic year, according to a newly released survey of 4,200 job recruiters by the College Employment Research Institute. “This year’s market … shows a more consistent pattern of growth across industry sectors,” concludes a summary from the institute, which is based at Michigan State University in East Lansing…

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