The Professionals’ Choice for Real Estate Jobs

Most Indebted EVER

The Class of 2014, “The Most Indebted Ever,” with average student-loan debt of $33,000, needs jobs. However, according to the U.S. Labor Department, unemployment among 2013 graduates was 10.9%, still weaker than prerecession. What’s more, a 2013 study conducted by McKinsey & Company found that 41% of graduates from top universities — the presumably best and brightest — could not land jobs in their chosen field after graduation. Some 260,000 college graduates were stuck last year working at or below the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour. What can you do? Post a Free Internship Job on the SelectLeaders Job Network and take a free test drive of a recent graduate. In return, you’ll get an employee with the latest technology skillsets: Excel, PowerPoint, Financial Modeling, Argus, and with the energy and enthusiasm to get it all done right. The average hourly wage for interns at the bachelor’s degree level is $16.35, and at a master’s degree level, $22.50. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, employers made full-time offers to 64.8% of their interns. Our industry loves a good deal. Post free, try out top talent, and if satisfied, personally change, the Future.

Susan Phillips, CEO SelectLeaders
May 21, 2014

About the SelectLeaders Job Barometer

The SelectLeaders Job Barometer, published since 2006, is the foremost survey of employment opportunities, trends, and hiring practices in the commercial real estate industry.

About the SelectLeaders Real Estate Job Network

SelectLeaders powers the Career Centers for 9 premier real estate industry Associations (whose members control or direct 90% of commercial real estate). Jobs are from all sectors and all levels with 29% paying over $100,000. SelectLeaders Job Network offers unequalled access to the Real Estate community. To learn more visit or visit our Job Network Career Centers: BOMA, CCIM, CREFC,, NAIOP, NAREIM, NAREIT, NMHC, PREA, Project REAP, ULI, NRHC

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