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KPMG to increase intake on graduate recruitment scheme
Monday, 15 February 2010
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Graduates looking for jobs in the professional services industry may be interested to hear that KPMG is to increase its graduate intake this September.
The firm plans to hire 760 graduates, up from 600, due to improvements in the marketplace, with the new recruits filling roles in audit and advisory practices.
If summer interns are factored in then the company will take in over 900 students this year, which serves as proof that KPMG is committed to investing in the skills of recent university leavers, Recruiter magazine reports.
Richard Bennison, chief operating officer at KPMG, told the website: "We are starting to see signs of optimism in the marketplace and an increased demand from clients for our services.
"This combined with our own growth plans for the future, means that we are now in a position to take higher graduate numbers from September. It is about investing today to build the skills-base for the future."
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