Over the past several years as the entry level white collar job market has become more and more competitive, job placement has become increasingly more difficult.

Unfortunately, new graduate job placement has become a crucial issue in recent years.

In the last few years since the great recession over half of graduates were unable to find full-time jobs.

In response to this crisis, a St. Louis based organization called Better Weekdays has answered the call to help job placement efforts for recent college graduates.

Better Weekdays has a mission to utilize technology to help place employees at companies based on compatibility.

It then analyzes over 1 million active job leads and helps to personalize the list for each student.

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