Career opportunities for graduates at smaller companies are very promising, a
communications director has claimed.
Some of the advantages to working for a small business include
"very good career opportunities [and] early responsibility",
according to Dan Hawes, co-founder of the Graduate Recruitment Bureau.
Such organisations also allow graduates to avoid the feeling that
they are "just a cog in a big machine", he said.
He added that many of these types of jobs which require employees
to "hit the ground running" may be advertised on the internet or
through web-based recruitment agencies.
Mr Hawes' comments follow the results of the 2007 Chartered
Institute of Personnel and Development recruitment survey, which
indicated that 73 per cent of organisations advertised permanent
vacancies through a recruitment agency - include those which post
In related news, the Cranfield School of Management's most recent
Recruitment Confidence Index indicated that 39 per cent of
employers plan to increase spending on recruitment during the next
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