Graduate Yorkshire helping business across Yorkshire and the Humber

20th March 2013

Graduates Yorkshire helps businesses across Yorkshire and the Humber hire talented local graduates.

We have over 50,000 graduate jobs seekers registered to our site, a staggering 90% of which have previous work experience. You can place an advert on our site from just £80! That includes a 28 day posting on our website and mobile site, an email alert to potential candidates and social media updates. Our adverts have a higher than average fill rate too, so for £80 you can't go wrong! You can also hire a graduate for free over the next few months by taking part in our internship scheme. There are no costs for advertising, and we even short list CVs for you. Find out how we can help you hire graduates>> Or contact us on 0114 222 0954 or info@graduatesyorkshire.co.uk

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