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WetFeet Career Benchmark 2013

06 December 2012

Dear student,

Reply now to the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen & Universum Career Research: WetFeet Career Benchmark 2013. Give your opinion on your future employer and discover your personal career profile. Your participation helps to increase the visibility and marketability of our university to employers.

Click here to reply http://unisurv.co/NL2013en

Each participant will immediately receive an exclusive career toolbox, containing the WetFeet Career Guides in PDF (worth 30 EUR), access to the career webinars of Evisors and more. Shortly after the research you will receive your personal career profile.

Participation will take 12 minutes. The research is completely independent and anonymous.

Thank you and good luck with your future career.

With kind regards,

Universum & Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Do you have a question, something to share, or problems with the link? Please send an e-mail to: CareerBenchmarkNL@wetfeet.com  

PS: Moreover, our office will be provided with a report detailing your aggregate responses (individual responses remain anonymous). This can help us better understand your career wishes and focus on attracting the companies that better serve our students’ interests.

Last modified:06 September 2016 1.33 p.m.

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