New Graduate Community Careers Site Offers Job Seekers Invaluable Insider Information Covering Top City Firm Recruitment Processes And Interview Questions

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WikiJob is a community driven recruitment information resource for graduates. The free to use service was launched in December 2007 and has already proved highly popular amongst graduate job seekers in the UK.

It has taken us a long time to find the sources for such comprehensive information, but now we're really starting to get somewhere

Two University of Manchester graduates have set up an unconventional new careers website for graduate job seekers. WikiJob aims to provide honest, accurate and highly comprehensive information about graduate employers and their recruitment processes to job applicants.

The web based community lets graduates help each other, by hosting user contributions about experiences of recruitment processes at some of the UK's best known graduate employers. Graduate job seekers can also find out exactly what life is like at employers from information provided anonymously by present employees of top city firms.

Job seekers can find specific details about interviews, application procedures and assessment days at companies such as PwC, Deloitte and Goldman Sachs as well as what life as an employee there is really like. You can find out more about the website at

"Starting the site hasn't been easy" says Ed, Ex-English graduate and co-founder of WikiJob. "It has taken us a long time to find the sources for such comprehensive information, but now we're really starting to get somewhere"! According to WikiJob partners Chris Muktar and Edward Mellett, getting large graduate employers to help has gone surprisingly well. "Top UK employers have been calling us and offering to help provide information to the site", says Chris. "People have really started to take notice of the hard work we've put in. It's unbelievable"!

Essentially WikiJob helps graduate recruiters as much as it helps graduates, which is why they are so keen to get involved. By demystifying the recruitment process and offering frank information about what careers at graduate employers will really be like, only the best candidates tend to apply for each job. Consequently, the applications companies receive from WikiJob users tend to be exactly what they're looking for.

Equally WikiJob helps graduates to find out what it's really like to work at certain companies, so that graduates can find out exactly what they want to do, and focus on applying for the jobs they really want from day one. was founded in 2007 to provide a community resource for graduate job seekers to exchange relevant, specific and otherwise unavailable career information with other graduates. The site currently offers a range of information about the recruitment process at many top UK employers (including information on interviews and assessment days), industry profiles and a vibrant discussion forum with plans to expand further in coming months.


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