The job preference pattern of graduating students is of interest to every nation as the whole world is undergoing trade cycles. This will help the government and private sector in making the more appropriate investment decisions for the creation of job opportunities in related sectors. This has to be done by keeping an eye on student preferences which is a major factor to ensure professional satisfaction for posterity. The purposes of this study are to employ Analytic Hierarchy Process to investigate the relative importance of factors that college students consider when choosing a job, and to derive the relative weight of each factor. Notable outcome aimed at this study is to find entrepreneurial intent among graduating students in comparison with other jobs.