Guest Host: Susan Page

This spring’s crop of college graduates are entering a job market marked by cutbacks in entry-level opportunities. We’ll talk about employment prospects for the class of 2002.

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  • Amy Fanning career advisor at the American University School of Public Affairs
  • Linda Gast director of the Career Center at the University of Maryland
  • Marilyn Mackes executive director at the National Association of Colleges and Employers

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