For many graduating college seniors, the joy and excitement of commencement quickly morphs into concerns about longer-term finances and job prospects.

There are positive trends happening–such as the recent announcement from the U.S. Department of Labor that the national unemployment rate dropped to 4.4 percent, the lowest level in more than a decade.

However, many students are still uneasy about the future, reeling from the stress of the student loan process–and concerns about paying them off.

Insights from Graduating Seniors

To learn more, Barnes & Noble College recently conducted a national survey of college students graduating in the spring or...

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About the Author:

Lisa Malat is vice president and chief marketing officer at Barnes & Noble College, a Barnes & Noble Education company, providing strategic direction and executive oversight to 770 campus stores.