Class of 2011 Can Expect a Better Job Market

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The class of 2011 can expect a little better job market. Think 3 percent better, with more hiring in financial services and consulting, reports Joe Light in The Wall Street Journal.

The job market would have been much better if employers felt better about taxes, health care costs and how the political winds will be blowing. Their concerns are no longer limited to just the economy. That in itself might be a positive sign that the nation's employers have shifted from being overwhelmed by the downturn to factoring in other possible constraints on their businesses.