Newest Grads Are Confident, But Predecessors Feel Underemployed – TheStreet

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The following is a quote from a recent article he is featured in from “The Streets” online Magazine. Excerpt from the article:

Todd Rhoad, managing director of BT Consulting, an Atlanta-based career consulting firm, said college graduates always are confident their career outcomes will improve with education, and it’s not until two to three years after graduation young eager professionals begin to understand the challenges in growing their career.

“Are they ready for the real world?” he said. “In my view, no. But, who is? Even seasoned professionals are struggling to keep up with the pace of change.”

Rhoad said while graduates continue to be optimistic in their abilities, companies also have transitioned from training and developing employees to a desire for employees who make a huge impact from day one.

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