To get a sense of the job market new college graduates face, consider the latest crop of nurses from Santa Rosa Junior College. Just eight of the 55 students are leaving with job offers--and that's considered good news, the Associated Press reports. Last year, no graduates of the California community college's associate degree nursing program had a job in hand. "We're excited that finally something is happening," said Sharon Johnson, the program director. This year's slightly better performance is one of many signs around the country that 2010 is a better year than 2009 for landing that first job out...

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