Job hunt likely easier for ’14 grads

Morgan Hall, left, sits at a table at an outdoor Kennesaw coffee house with her cousin, Brigette…

Georgia (Apr 28, 2014)Morgan Hall, left, sits at a table at an outdoor Kennesaw coffee house with her cousin, Brigette Snyder, as the two mull over job listings online. Snyder, a Woodstock High School graduate, will be entering the job market in May after completing her degree at Kennesaw State University in International Affairs and African Diaspora studies. Hall is a senior at UGA and graduated from Etowah High School. She is majoring in digital broadcasting and journalism. Staff/Jeff Stanton

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