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    1. Jobs outlook better for 2013 grads

      Jobs outlook better for 2013 grads

      The surveyed employers are looking to fill positions in information technology, customer service, finance, and accounting, with starting salaries between $30-50,000 dollars per year. “Some of my friends are looking to get degrees in programs that I have no idea what they're going to do with it. I just really like working with computers. I chose it based on that and I happened to choose a field that is popular,” said Daniel Houle of Agawam.

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