Hiring fresh-out-of-schoolers requires some patience and ingenuity. Try these strategies.
Graduation season is around the corner, and while some almost-grads have jobs lined up, others are hungry for work. (After all, three out of four in the class of 2018 graduated without a job.)
But getting your organization in front of college graduates—and weeding through the crush of applicants that may be coming your way—takes a special approach.
“Come May, there are two million students who are out there that are unemployed,” says Jill Tipograph, co-founder of Early Stage Careers, a career coaching service for young people. “It’s a very competitive and oversaturated market.”
Try these tactics to add new blood to your team: