Students, employers are concerned about entry-level job skills

12/5/2012 | CNNMoney

Just 45% of recent graduates think they are sufficiently prepared for the workforce, and only 42% of employers think the new grads are properly trained, according to a study by McKinsey & Co. However, nearly 75% of colleges and training institutions think their graduates are ready for the job market, the study found. Researchers suggest that countries designate an "integrator" to help improve career preparation. "When someone is looking at the data from all three of these angles, they will see gaps and can drive change," co-author Diana Farrell said.

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