LeadFerret Releases Directory of Recent Graduates

See the press release here:  http://www.prweb.com/releases/leadferret/recent-graduates/prweb10776902.htm

See the full directory at: http://leadferret.com/directory/recent-graduates

Few employees are as bright eyed and bushy tailed as recently college graduates. Armed with a brand new degree and a desire to prove themselves, these untested kids are ready to pour all their recent knowledge and all their untapped passion into their new company.

“This is a directory of Recent Graduates, ripe for the picking. These men and women have a promising future ahead of them. Since they are largely unproven in the work field, the diamonds-in-the-rough scattered throughout this directory have yet to anchor a salary befitting their thus far unproven abilities, which makes this a great resource for a company looking to find fresh talent without the price tag that comes with years of experience.

This is also a great resource for companies marketing to young men and women who are still looking to educate themselves, but now about corporate culture. From courses and books about how to climb the corporate ladder to further certifications beyond the degrees they have fresh in hand, these recent graduates are likely still looking to sponge up whatever knowledge they can. Plus, all of these recent graduates are currently employed, which means they overcame the underemployment problem plaguing many other recent graduates, likely because they are the best of the best.

Traits Often Held By Recent Graduates:
>Desire To Prove Themselves
>Up To Date Skill Sets
>Strong Work Ethic
>Very Social Media Savvy
>Critical Thinking Skills
>Technical Know-How
>Ability To Stick With A Task

If you would like more detailed information on the Recent Graduates listed here, please contact us at [email protected], or 866-535-3960.

  • Allen K.

    As a recent graduate myself, I can totally see how a list like this would be useful (though, personally, I see it as a large list of my competition, hahaha)

  • mickey

    I’m still in school, but this gives me hope when I enter the job market next spring. Everyone seems some pessimistic about me finding a job, but, hey, here’s a list of over 70 thousand fresh grads who did it. Why can’t I, right?