The class of 2023 is entering their final year of college with a range of experiences under their belt: a global pandemic, an unprecedented shift to remote instruction (and back again), the Great Resignation, and rising inflation. Given a steady stream of news around a potential recession and a possible contraction in hiring, how will the newest cohort of college jobseekers respond?
Join us for a webinar on September 15 from 10 - 11 am PT / 1 - 2 pm ET as we unpack the results from our recent survey of the incoming class of 2023—featured in our latest Handshake Network Trends report—on their feelings about the economy, the actions they’re taking to land a job, and their confidence to secure meaningful, well-paying jobs.
Chief Education Strategy Officer Handshake
Kelli Smith, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President for Student Success
Michelle Van Noy
Director, Education and Employment Research Center
Handshake is the #1 place to launch a career with no connections, experience, or luck required. Handshake’s community includes 20 million students and young alumni around the world from 1,400+ educational institutions, including four-year colleges, community colleges, boot camps, and 290+ minority-serving institutions. The platform connects up-and-coming talent with 650,000+ employers—from Fortune 500 companies like Google, Nike, and Target to thousands of public school districts, healthcare systems, nonprofits, and even sports teams like the LA Dodgers. Handshake is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Denver, New York, and London and teammates working globally.