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English definition of “graduate recruitment”

graduate recruitment

noun [U]
 
 
(also graduate scheme [C], also graduate position [C]) UK HR
a job, plan for employing, or training programme that is provided by companies for students who have recently graduated from a college or university: The level of graduate recruitment among the top eight accountancy firms has fallen by 9% over the past year. The group graduate scheme lasts up to 12 months and trainees spend three three-month spells in hotels around the country. They are aiming for a graduate position within an established company.
(Definition of graduate recruitment from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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