More than 1,000 Virginia Tech students spent the Monday thinking about their future.
They attended a job fair hosted by Pamplin College of Business on campus.
Nearly 100 employers took resumes and interviewed students.
This is the first time that the school has put on a Spring job fair.
Organizers say enough recruiters have been asking for it, so they did it.
Turns out that six of the top nine majors being interviewed are coming from the Pamplin College of Business.
Local employers want to keep the brightest graduates from leaving, but that's not as easy as it sounds.
"I think one of the biggest problems is that a lot of our local employers don’t have a brand name behind them,” said Stuart Mease of the Pamplin College of Business. “They don't have the resources to compete for talent like a lot of the companies here that have a lot deeper pockets."