New Jersey law graduates can boast better success in finding gainful employment than their colleagues nationally, though they’re not landing their dream jobs, a new survey shows.

Members of the class of 2009 at Seton Hall and Rutgers law schools were hired at a rate of 90.6 percent as of Feb. 15, the fifth-best performance of any state in the country, the National Association for Law Placement reported July 22.

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