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Economic collapse puts graduates on unforeseen paths

Enrollment in public service jobs rising sharply

Tufts seniors Jia He (left) and Alea Stein attended a Chinese class Tuesday. Stein is considering joining the Peace Corps to work in China. Tufts seniors Jia He (left) and Alea Stein attended a Chinese class Tuesday. Stein is considering joining the Peace Corps to work in China. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / March 14, 2009

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As the economy collapsed last fall, so did the job prospects of thousands of college seniors, especially those who had set their sights on Wall Street. (Full article: 987 words)

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