Most of the articles we post here are written for consumption by employers and other stakeholders in the endeavour to find, recruit and hold on to the good people needed to help the company grow and flourish now and in the future. Occasionally, it is informative to see what advice is being given to those on the other side of the recruiting equation, the job seekers.
This article examines the complaints employers have regarding today’s newly graduated “Tech” students in terms of their readiness for the workforce. In an effort to help these tech grads enter the workforce, it offers 10 tips, such as:
The tips are fairly typical recommendations for just about anybody looking for work, but is the advice to the new grads good, or are there additional recommendations employers would add to the list?
What’s the number one tip that you, as an employer would offer to college or university grads?
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