The 2017 Yello Collegiate Study: What Undergraduates Expect Before They Accept
We asked 1,700 college undergraduates what they expect as they embark on a job search. From benefits to compensation, location and more, their answers may surprise you—and help shape your college recruiting strategy in 2017.
You will learn:
- Why salary expectations may be different than you think
- How company size impacts what perks college graduates expect
- The top reasons college students choose to work in a particular city
About this study:
Companies looking to hire top university graduates can use this report to learn what college students expect in their first job. Key takeaways include: understanding salary expectations; the motivations for joining a large versus a small company; or the reasons for choosing a particular city to pursue a career. This report will help those in the recruiting space develop strategies around building a positive environment for future college graduates, helping foster a pipeline of top talent for years to come.
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