An industry survey finds that nearly one-in-four hiring managers expect to add jobs to either expand business, enhance customer service or support new products.
In its 2004 Life at Work survey, careerbuilder.com found that 21-percent of hiring managers plan to hire more than 100 workers this year as compared to 13-percent in last year's survey.
And Careerbuilder Chief Executive Matt Furgeson says 71-percent of hiring managers plan to hire college grads, compared to 65-percent last year.
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