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Job outlook brightens by degrees

TROY — If you’re a graduating college student with a technology degree, your future is bright.

That’s the word from the National Association of Colleges and Employers, which says the job market for graduating college seniors has nearly recovered from the recession.
The job market’s strength was on display Wednesday at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, which held its spring career fair at the former armory building on campus.
“We’re at capacity,” said Colleen O’Byrne, the acting director of the school’s Career Development Center. “We actually have a waiting list of employers” who wanted to participate.
As it was, 152 employers filled 162 tables, with students dropping off resumes at companies that caught their interest.
“A lot of majors that we have are pretty heavily recruited,” O’Byrne said, citing strong demand for computer systems, computer science and information technology majors.

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