USF students are busy juggling class schedules, textbooks and apparently babies. It is not that they are having more children, but many students babysit after class as a way of earning extra money. The USF Career Services Center maintains a list of available student -babysitters that they send out to interested parents.
A record number turned up for USF’s 21st annual career and internship fair last Friday. The weakening economy appears to have prompted students to start looking earlier for jobs amidst a weak college recruiting season, where schools from Harvard to Notre Dame are seeing a drastic decline in on-campus recruiting and job postings.