Law Graduates Face Slim Job Market
Statewide budget cuts forced state attorney and public defender offices around Florida to cut back.
The State Attorney's Office in Gainesville, has had a hiring freeze for years.
That makes finding a job tougher for recent law school graduates.
University of Florida College of Law Dean Bob Jerry says students face a "difficult economy, but not an impossible one."
He says law school grads will just have to be more flexible and persistent in their job search.
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