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Job Outlook 2019 SPRING UPDATE APRIL 2019 National Association of Colleges and Employers 62 Highland Avenue, Bethlehem, PA 18017 | www.naceweb.org | 610.868.1421 NACE JOB OUTLOOK 2019 SPRING UPDATE 2 Table of Contents ABOUT THE SURVEY ………………………………………………………………\ ………………………………….. 3 COLLEGE HIRING UP 10.7 PERCENT ……………………………………………………………..\ ……………. 4 Figure 1: Job Outlook hiring projections, 2011 – 2019 Figure 2: Hiring plans Figure 3: Total change in hiring, by industry FALL RECRUITING FOR THE CLASS OF 2020 ………………………………………………………………\ .. 7 Figure 4: Hiring expectations for fall 2019 APPENDIX ……………………………………………………………..\ …………………………………………………. 8 Figure 5: Respondents by type of organization Figure 6: Respondents by size of company Figure 7: Respondents by industry Survey Respondents NACE JOB OUTLOOK 2019 SPRING UPDATE 3 About the Survey The Job Outlook 2019 Spring Update survey was conducted from February 27 – March 29, 2019. It was sent to 921 NACE employer members; 155, or 16.8 percent responded. The survey updates hiring projections for the Class of 2019; those projections were collected from NACE employer members from August 1 – October 8, 2018, and were reported in the Job Outlook 2019 survey, published in November 2018.

By region, 4.5 percent of respondents are from the New England region, 18.2 percent are from the Mideast region, 26.6 percent are from the Great Lakes region, 9.1 percent are from the Plains region, 16.9 percent are from the Southeast region, 14.9 percent are from the Southwest region, and 9.7 percent are from the Rocky Mountains/ Far West region. For additional information about the respondents, see the Appendix.

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Data are calculated based on the number of respondents to each specific question. Totals may not equal 100 percent due to rounding. Research Team Edwin W. Koc Director of Research, Public Policy, and Legislative Affairs Joshua Kahn Assistant Director of Research and Public Policy Andrea J. Koncz Research Manager Angelena Salvadge Research Associate Anna Longenberger Research Assistant ©2019 National Association of Colleges and Employers. All rights rese\ rved. NACE JOB OUTLOOK 2019 SPRING UPDATE 4 Job Outlook 2019 Spring Update College Hiring Up 10.7 Percent Although the final hiring projection for the Class of 2019 is slightly lower than originally anticipated, the result—an increase in college hiring of nearly 11 pe\ rcent over last year—is still very encouraging. Earlier in the recruiting season, employers reported they would hire 16.6 percent more new college graduates for U.S. positions from the Class of 2019 than they did from the Class of 2018. In this most recent update on college hiring projections, employers now plan to hire 10.7 percent more Class of 2019 graduates than they did from the Class of 2018 for positions in the United States. (See Figure 1.) FIGURE 1 Job Outlook Hiring Projections, 2011 – 2019* *Please note: The projections for the Classes of 2014 – 2019 are for U.S. locations only.\ Prior years’ projections are shown for informational purposes only and should not be compared to projections for 2014 – 2019. 2012 2011 20132014 2015 2016 201720182019 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% -5% 4.0% -1.3% 16.6% 10.7% 5.0% 5.8% 5.2% 11.0% 9.6% 8.3% 13.0% 2.1% 10.2% 19.3% 8.6% 7.8% 9.5% 13.5% Fall Spring Update NACE JOB OUTLOOK 2019 SPRING UPDATE 5 While the current hiring projection is nearly 6 percent lower than the original, both fall and spring increases are in the double-digits, making this the first time since 2011 that this has occurred.

Another sign of the positive results this year: Just one year ago, respo\ ndents to the Job Outlook 2018 Spring Update were planning an overall decrease in college hiring of 1.3 percent.

An examination of the overall hiring plans by respondents reveals that more than half will maintain their numbers of college hires, and slightly more than 40 percent will increase their numbers. The remaining 7.2 percent of respondents will decrease their hiring numbers. This is up slightly from the fall when 4 percent indicated plans to decrease hiring numbers. When taking a longer view, the current percentage is almost 30 percent less than three years ago when 37.1 percent of respondents to the Job Outlook 2016 Spring Update survey planned to decrease their number of college hires. (See Figure 2.) FIGURE 2 Hiring Plans Job Outlook Percent Increasing Hires Percent Maintaining Hires Percent Decreasing Hires Total Number of Respondents Spring Update 2019 40.1%52.6% 7.2% 152 Job Outlook 2019 (Fall 2018) 38.6%57.4% 4.0% 172 Spring Update 2018 42.6%50.7% 6.8% 148 Job Outlook 2018 (Fall 2017) 43.7%46.7% 9.6% 135 Spring Update 2017 37.3%54.0% 8.7% 150 Job Outlook 2017 (Fall 2016) 36.3%52.1%11.6% 146 Spring Update 2016 40.9%22.0%37.1% 132 Added evidence of the strong college job market is that, of the 13 industries that provided their individual hiring numbers, just one is reporting a decrease. (See Figure 3.) Employers in the wholesale trade industry are showing that their hires will be reduced by 7.6 percent for the Class of 2019, although, with just nine total respondents in this group, the data are limited. NACE JOB OUTLOOK 2019 SPRING UPDATE 6 In comparison to the Job Outlook 2018 Spring Update survey, when nearly half of the 15 reporting industries were showing overall decreases in hiring, the industry analysis in this year’s report is much improved. More specifically, the two industries driving last year’s overall decrease (retail trade and insurance) appear to have recovered. Retail trade employers are now indicating a 9 percent increase compared to their plan for a drop in hiring of 33 percent last year. Insurance firms that fall into the overall employment sector of finance, insurance, and real estate reveal a hiring increase of 25.1 percent this year compared to last year’s stated decrease of 42 percent.

However, there are two respondents in the sector—not insurance companies—that are reducing their hiring numbers this year. This is keeping hiring within the industry flat; without these respondents, hiring within the sector would increase by almost 9 percent.

FIGURE 3 Total Change In Hiring, By Industry Industry # of 2018 Actual Hires # of 2019 Projected Hires Percent Change # of Respondents Misc. Professional Services 76199330.5% 7 Motor Vehicle Mfg. 74492223.9% 5 Accounting Services 3,7764,59921.8% 5 Management Consulting 1,1161,26513.4% 5 Engineering Services 54661312.3% 11 Computer & Electronics Mfg. 4,0844,55511.5% 14 Retail Trade 5115579.0% 5 Chemical (Pharmaceutical) Mfg. 7908497.5% 7 Information 2,1302,2716.6% 8 Construction 1,2331,2763.5% 8 Misc. Mfg. 4014102.2% 16 Finance, Insurance & Real Estate 3,7903,8080.5% 18 Wholesale Trade 327302-7.6% 9 NACE JOB OUTLOOK 2019 SPRING UPDATE 7 It appears that employers are preparing for a robust recruiting season this fall. Nearly all respondents indicate that they will be on campus in the fall to hire for either internships, co-ops, and/or full-time, entry-level positions. (See Figure 4.) More than eight in 10 will hire for both full-time and intern/co-op positions, and less than 1 percent of total respondents will only be on campus to maintain a presence, since they are not hiring in fall 2019. There were no respondents that indicated they will not be on campus because th\ ey are not hiring at all in 2018-19.

FIGURE 4 Hiring Expectations for Fall 2019 Number of 2019 Respondents Percent of 2019 Respondents Full-time only 106.5% Intern/co-op only 1610.4% Both full-time and intern/co-op 12782.5% Maintain presence—not hiring in fall 2019 10.6% Not on-campus—not hiring in 2018-19 00.0% Later this summer, the first look at hiring projections for the Class of 2020 will be obtained through the NACE Job Outlook 2020 survey.

Fall Recruiting for the Class of 2020 NACE JOB OUTLOOK 2019 SPRING UPDATE 8 Appendix FIGURE 5 Respondents by Type of Organization Organization Type Percent of Respondents For Profit, Publicly Held 52.3% For Profit, Private 41.3% Nonprofit 3.2% Government Agency 3.2% FIGURE 6 Respondents by Size of Company 1 – 50 employees 51 – 100 employees 101 – 250 employees 251 – 500 employees 501 – 1,000 employees 1,001 – 5,000 employees 5,001 – 10,000 employees More than 10,000 employees 0.6% 22.6% 3.2% 2.6% 3.2% 1.3% 46.5% 20.0% NACE JOB OUTLOOK 2019 SPRING UPDATE 9 FIGURE 7 Respondents by Industry Industry Number of Respondents Percent of Respondents Oil & Gas Extraction 42.6% Utilities 31.9% Construction 85.2% Food & Beverage Manufacturing 53.2% Chemical (Pharmaceutical) Manufacturing 85.2% Computer & Electronics Manufacturing 159.7% Motor Vehicle Manufacturing 63.9% Misc. Manufacturing 1711.0% Wholesale Trade 95.8% Retail Trade 74.5% Transportation 21.3% Information 106.5% Finance, Insurance, & Real Estate 1912.3% Accounting Services 53.2% Engineering Services 117.1% Management Consulting 63.9% Misc. Prof. Services 95.8% Social Services 21.3% Recreation & Hospitality 10.6% Misc. Support Services 31.9% Government 42.6% Total 154100.0% NACE JOB OUTLOOK 2019 SPRING UPDATE 10 Survey Respondents The following organizations took part in NACE’s Job Outlook 2019 Spring Update survey.

(Note: Although 155 organizations responded, the list below includes 11\ 3, as 42 organizations preferred not to be listed.) 84.51˚ Activision Blizzard Aerojet Rocketdyne Alion Science & Technology Allscripts Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc.

Arizona Public Service Asurion Corporation Avery Dennison Corporation Barry-Wehmiller Design Group BASF Corporation Bechtel Global Corporation Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc.

Becton Dickinson & Company Belk Bemis Company, Inc.

Burlington Stores C&S Companies California State Auditor Catalent Pharma Solutions Charter Manufacturing Company, Inc.

Chartwells Higher Ed Cheniere Energy Chevron Corporation ClarkDietrich ConocoPhillips Company Continental AG COUNTRY Financial CSL Behring Danaher Corporation Ecolab Inc.

Edward Jones Edwards Lifesciences Elliott Davis ellucian Emerson Climate Technologies EOG Resources, Inc.

ERM EthosEnergy Fluor FM Global Fujitsu Network Communications Inc.

GE Appliances, a Haier company Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company GROWMARK, Inc.

Hanley, Flight & Zimmerman Harris Corporation Honeywell International Inc.

Hormel Foods Corporation Hubbell Incorporated Ingredion Intuit Inc.

ITW JE Dunn Construction Kiewit Corporation Kimberly-Clark Corporation NACE JOB OUTLOOK 2019 SPRING UPDATE 11 Korn Ferry KPMG LLP Land O’Lakes Inc.

M&T Bank Corporation Macy’s, Inc.

Marriott Vacations Worldwide McAfee, Inc.

Meijer, Inc.

Moog Inc.

Moss Adams LLP National Instruments NAVSEA-Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane NetApp Nokia Office of Legislative Audits ONEOK, Inc.

Pariveda Solutions Inc.

Parsons Corporation Phillips-Medisize Corporation Polaris Industries, Inc.

PPL Corporation Principal Financial Group Protiviti Inc.

Raytheon Company Regal Beloit Corporation Seagate Technology Selden Fox LTD Shaw Industries, Inc.

Speedway LLC Sun Life Financial Swagelok Symantec Corporation T-Mobile USA, Inc.

TE Connectivity Terracon Texas Tissue Converting LLC Textron Inc.

The Aerospace Corporation The Bozzuto Group The Johns Hopkins University – Applied Physics Laboratory The Kleingers Group The MITRE Corporation The Schwan Food Company The Travelers Companies, Inc.

The Vanguard Group The Walsh Group Topco Associates Tucson Unified School District Turner Construction Company U.S. Cellular Corporation U.S. Comptroller of the Currency UnitedHealth Group Valero Energy Corporation Viasat, Inc.

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