Exciting Graduate Jobs

If it comes to graduate jobs, many of our clients, especially big and international financial institutions, have implemented a well-thought graduate recruitment strategy. They maintain strong relationships with universities, are active on career fairs, engage students on internship programs and part-time jobs during studies with the purpose to attract top-talent early in the career.

Many investment banks and insurance companies’ set-up intense assessment days for getting the best graduates to join their trainee programs, which offer job rotations and international exposure for developing their “high potentials”.
Although the financial crisis affected also the market for graduate jobs by less entry-positions and increased competition, we as headhunters were often asked to look for young professionals, which means graduates with previous working experience through internships or student jobs, as well as 1-2 years of regular working experience.
The general labor shortage of candidates with background in natural science or informatics does not stop at the graduate level.
Most graduate jobs we filled were in the field of quantitative research, portfolio management, and risk management as well as analytics within the insurance industry, requiring a Masters or PhD in physics, mathematics, statistics, econometrics, engineering, or informatics.
For banks, insurance and asset management companies not having the capacity of either selecting the right graduates from a mass of applicants or not having enough skilled graduates for a vacant job, we offer customized recruitment solutions.
Get in touch with our headhunters for discussing your hiring situation concerning graduate jobs and get an overview of the market for graduate jobs.
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