Job Pool For 2010 Grads Crowded With 2009 Grads

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Ed Koc, director of strategic and foundation research, National Association of Colleges and Employers
Dan Black, director of campus recruiting, Ernst & Young
Algernon Austin, director of the Race, Ethnicity and Economy program, Economic Policy Institute

When much of the class of 2010 entered college, the economy was booming. But hopes for an easy job search have fizzled as graduates enter the weakest job market in decades. They're competing with last year's graduates still on the hunt, and with more experienced workers displaced in the recession.

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