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09/14/2010

Aggies among favorite universities for recruiters, Wall Street Journal poll says

12thman Texas A&M University ranked second in a Wall Street Journal poll of recruiters asked to identify their favorite universities for finding new talent. Penn State was No. 1. Illinois, Purdue, and Arizona State filled out the top five.

- Scott Nishimura, jobs and workplace reporter, Star-Telegram  

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That's great news for Texas A&M University.

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