Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Nations most desirable employers revealed

Editor April 1, 2015
TOP 100 GRADUATE EMPLOYERS… Behind the first edition of The Australian Top 100 Graduate Employers Guide were Adelaide University friends, from left, former Shepparton student, Geoffrey Adams, Steven Butler, Hon. Luke Hartsuyker MP and Jeffrey Duncan. Photo: Supplied.

TOP 100 GRADUATE EMPLOYERS… Behind the first edition of The Australian Top 100 Graduate Employers Guide were Adelaide University friends, from left, former Shepparton student, Geoffrey Adams, Steven Butler, Hon. Luke Hartsuyker MP and Jeffrey Duncan. Photo: Supplied.

A NEW Top 100 Graduate Employers Guide was launched in Sydney recently, highlighting the nation’s most desirable graduate employers as voted by students at university.
Google confirmed its place as the most popular graduate employer when the top 100 graduate employers were announced by the Hon. Luke Hartsuyker MP.
Former St Brendan’s and Goulburn Valley Grammar School student, Geoffrey Adams launched the Top 100 Graduate Employers Guide along with two fellow Adelaide university graduates, Jeffrey Duncan and Steven Butler.
The three entrepreneurs have joined forces to produce the guide, which is backed by The Australian newspaper.
Geoffrey was a top advertising consultant with Sensis before joining GradAustralia.
“The guide also has a sector and industry ranking in addition to the overall ranking of Australia’s top 100 businesses. There is also a whole lot of other valuable information for the student and graduate to help guide them to the most suitable graduate positions,” Geoffrey told The Adviser.
Copies of the top 100 are available from universities and are free for students. Extra copies of the first edition of the Top 100 Graduate Employment Guide are available at selected newsagents for $19.95. They are also available locally at The Adviser reception, 219 to 225 Wyndham Street, and the La Trobe University Careers Centre in Shepparton.
Further information can be found at www.gradaustralia.com.au.
The Adviser was told the special publication had been very well received at career fairs across the nation.