"We can expect that about 91 percent of the class of 2016 will find long-term, full-time work, compared with about 72 percent last year. About 73 percent would be in full-time, long-term legal jobs, compared with 58 percent last year."
Over the last few years, the number of law school applicants has dropped significantly, which means that by the time current law students or students who enroll this fall graduate, the job market should be much more amenable to job availability. Jordan Weissmann wrote an article for Slate discussing this very fact. Read it here at Apply To Law School Now: Things Are Looking Rosy for the Class of 2018.