As it stands right now in this country, future graduates face the real world with little opportunities for work.
While a profession like teaching might seem like a job always in demand, cuts to school budgets may mean less positions to offer.
Although, there is good news for East Carolina University education majors.
Thursday afternoon, 69 school districts in our state came to the annual career fair at the Greenville Convention Center looking for prospective teachers.
Many of the students say they're concerned about finding employment as millions of dollars had to be taken out of the public school budget.
Some students say they were able to get job offers and interviews during the job fair.
Organizers say close to 400 to 450 students came out Thursday
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