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graduate recruitmentnoun [U]

uk   us   (also graduate scheme [C], also graduate position [C]) UK HR
a ​job, ​plan for ​employing, or ​trainingprogramme that is ​provided by ​companies for ​students who have recently ​graduated from a college or university: The ​level of ​graduaterecruitment among the ​top eight ​accountancyfirms has ​fallen by 9% over the past ​year. The ​groupgraduatescheme lasts up to 12 months and ​traineesspend three three-month spells in ​hotels around the country. They are ​aiming for a ​graduateposition within an ​establishedcompany.
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