York, UK (PRWEB) October 23, 2008
The survey "Who would be your favourite celebrity boss" commissioned by the web student recruitment company reveals the 16-24 year old jobseekers who use http://www.employgo.co.uk consider England Manager Fabio Capello the ideal male boss.
The popular 2008 X-factor judge and pop singer, Cheryl Cole was overwhelmingly the top female choice.
Both celebrities are charismatic and have had highly successful careers.
Fabio Capello has got off to a flying start as the England football team manager and is a proven "winner" as his record over the last two decades in football attests.
Cheryl Cole enjoyed a rapid rise to fame when she took part in Pop Stars: The Rivals and has become a role model for young girls who, like her, wish to make the most of the opportunities available to them. There is also evidence that many of the lads voted for Cheryl, we wonder why this is!...
Ed Clothier, the founder of http://www.employgo.co.uk said: "Results of this investigation show that young people aspire to become leaders and to make the most of themselves in their jobs - both the top celebrities have had incredibly successful careers, reaching the peak of their professions."
"There is a wealth of ambitious and motivated young talent out there, hence Employgo's mission: to help them all get great career opportunities"
The http://www.employgo.co.uk top 10 celebrity bosses is -
1/ Fabio Capello
2/ Cheryl Cole
3/ Gordon Ramsay
4/ Alan Sugar
5/ David Beckham
6/ Simon Cowell
8/ Kate Moss
9/ Sarah Jessica Parker
10/ Jamie Oliver
Employgo.co.uk is a 100% web-based employment resource aimed at 16-25 year olds looking for temporary, part-time and even full-time jobs.
Registering to use the site is completely free - and more importantly it's really easy and it's fun.
Employgo.co.uk has contracts with some of the UK's biggest and most important names - you will recognise their names when you hear them.
Anyone interested by finding a job through Employgo can also have a look at the Facebook Page of the company or for more general enquiries on http://www.employgo.co.uk