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Why Hire a Graduate

There are many benefits of hiring a recent university graduate. Most organizations offer new candidates the opportunity to build their way up, nurture talents and hone in on their skills. From an employers’ perspective, hiring a graduate is one of the best ways to take advantage of new and developing young talent.

Years of study

To become a graduate means that the candidate has just experienced a number of years at university. This experience teaches students the value of working hard work, of being given constructive criticism and of being dedicated to something they are passionate about. All of these skills are instantly transferable to the workplace and a recent graduate will be committed to working hard, proving themselves and achieving their ambitions. More than likely, this will be their first professional position; therefore they will be eager to learn and contribute.


Another advantage to hiring a candidate is their enthusiasm and increased likelihood of dedication and desire for excellence. University graduates appreciate the value of finding employment in these difficult economic circumstances, and will go out of their way to ensure that they emit a positive impression to their manager and co-workers.


Recent graduates are inexperienced in the job industry and therefore they can be easily molded to adapt to the position. They are easily influenced and will take on board the advice, guidance and feedback of their managers in a proactive manner.


Another benefit to hiring a recent graduate is their exposure to the latest technology, thinking and practices. This is highly advantageous to your business as the graduate will be offering a fresh and novel perspective on matters that may not have been acknowledged by long-term employees. This will assist in giving your business a competitive edge and fresh approach to working.

Cost saving

Ultimately, graduates are the most cost effective people to join a business. Their lack of experience means that they can be placed on the minimum salary offered by the company, as they will be required to work their way up the career ladder from the bottom.

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