Cameron Roehl, an advisor at Plante Moran Financial Advisors in Southfield, Mich., had a postgraduation job in the bag by the beginning of his senior year at Michigan State University in East Lansing.

“I found out that I was getting a full-time offer during the first week of classes. It was such a load off my mind,” Roehl says. “I didn’t have to worry about ... job fairs, recruiters, résumé prep, practice interviews. It made my senior year that much more enjoyable.”

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