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Construction Graduates are the job market's hottest thing.

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Posted by on Fri, 10/13/2017 - 8:15am

It may be the construction industry’s worst-kept secret: There aren’t enough Virginia Tech Myers-Lawson School of Construction graduates to satisfy hiring demand.

Myers-Lawson students enjoy 100 percent employment, their pick of construction management jobs with top national and global construction firms, and average starting salaries of at least $66,000-a-year – before they leave Virginia Tech.

Their popularity was visible last week, as 117 firms and more than 500 student job candidates crowded into the school’s fall career fair at the Inn at Virginia Tech. The event, held in fall and spring, has become an essential networking, internship, and career venue for students and employers alike.



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