He's seeing the recovery firsthand in his current position, as a vice president and transaction manager handling real estate at Bank of America. His division is finally hiring again after a hiring freeze that lasted longer than a year.
That could mean a bright future ahead for 2013 graduates who happened to specialize in real estate. They may in the end prove to have been prescient, now graduating with plenty of time ahead of them before the real estate market hits another peak.
We had our most interest in 2005, 2006," says Davis. "I would argue that forward-looking students would have done the opposite."