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    If you're going to advertise a job to people graduating in 2017 and make them answer 2 questionnaires lasting 40 minutes each then demand 300 word+ answers to several questions on achievements, motivation, why you want to work for us blah blah blah then don't automatically reject me because you want people who can start within 2-3months. If that's what you want then advertise right from the start that you f****** and don't make me waste 4 hours of my life researching your s*** company.

    Bunch of f***** clowns!
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    you made him sad...

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    Don't moan - the job market is fiercely competitive.

    With the job:applicant ratio being 1:1,000+ for grad jobs, companies need to make sure that their application processes are stringent enough to ensure that only the best candidates are selected to proceed to the next stage.
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    (Original post by #ChaosKass)
    Don't moan - the job market is fiercely competitive.

    With the job:applicant ratio being 1:1,000+ for grad jobs, companies need to make sure that their application processes are stringent enough to ensure that only the best candidates are selected to proceed to the next stage.
    Did you read the OP's post?


    I think the issue is they're advertising to people who are leaving uni next year but somehow want them to start in a graduate job in 2 months time. ;-)


    No wonder the jobs market is competitive.

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