A Guide to Working with your Graduate Recruiter

A Guide to Working with your Graduate Recruiter


If there’s something we can relate to at Discovery Graduates, it’s the recent article published by The Guardian: A graduate guide to successfully working with recruiters.

A brief, but to the point, article explaining the graduate recruitment process from the point of view of the recruiter, and there isn’t anything we can disagree with here.

The article has nine main points:

The best way we as a recruiter can help you is if you work with us. It’s an odd experience, as we provide you with a positive service for which you don’t pay a penny! We, on the other hand, are investing in you and our client is relying on us to ensure you’re right for their business. So, just follow the guide above and remember, we are here to help!

To read the full, original Guardian article follow this link.

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