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- What career goals do recent graduates prioritize?
- What specific qualities matter most about an employer’s reputation?
- What type of work environment and culture do recent graduates seek out?
- Which channels do students value most when researching future employers and jobs?
On an annual basis Universum gathers insights on the career expectations of one million career-seekers from 55 countries. With this perspective, the Talent Insights Series analyzes the responses of students from universities across the world. How does top talent think and behave differently, and what are the implications for employers trying to court them?
- Define talent attraction strategy
- Position employer branding
- Plan what internal changes are needed to create a more attractive work environment for young professionals
- Help executives understand how to customize messages by market
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Talent attraction strategies for high-achieving graduates
How graduating students of the Ivy League and Russell Group schools feel about careers and ideal employers.
Talent attraction in the emerging markets
It is widely believed that emerging market economies will be the engine that drives global growth into the 21st century and beyound. So it’s not hard to see why all eyes are on the next generation of leaders from these regions.
Talent attraction for startups
It’s the exciting, tumultuous frontier of our time – the Wild West of the new millennium.
Inspired by the billion-dollar success stories of startups such as Uber, Twitter and Instagram, there’s no shortage of optimistic graduates looking to join one or create their own to seek their fortune.
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Are auto manufacturers doing enough to capture the interest of graduates trying to decide between careers in the automotive or technology industry? And what impact do these issues have on automotive hiring?
What do university students look for in future banking employers? What are the actionable steps for HR, recruiting and C-level leadership?
There are few industries in which the search for top talent is as critical – and as difficult – as in the technology industry. What impact does this have on the industry?
What does young talent look for in future employers? And what are the implications for the professional services industry seeking to hire them?
The pharmaceutical industry is undergoing a massive shift that industry insiders have dubbed PHARMA 3.0. And it’s made the fight for top talent tougher than ever before. Learn more.
The fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry – also known as the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry – is as fast moving as the products it sells. And as technology evolves, omni-channel retailing is driving change in the FMCG industry at an unprecedented rate. Learn more.
There was once a time when a job in the oil and gas industry was a golden ticket to a secure and stable future. But not anymore.
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