Announces Launch of 2011 Top Entry-Level Employers Survey

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Popular annual survey, which has been previously featured in the Wall Street Journal, aims to collect data that will determine and highlight companies that hire the largest numbers of entry-level graduates.

The survey offers the opportunity for companies to highlight themselves as strong and steady employers, the number one entry-level job site, today announced the launch of its annual Top Entry-Level Employers survey. The survey, which will be open through April, aims to collect data from various employers in order to determine the top recruiters of entry-level graduates.

“As the job outlook for more than 15 million unemployed Americans remains grim, the survey offers the opportunity for companies to highlight themselves as strong and steady employers,” said spokesperson Boriana Trifonova. “Additionally, it gives graduates hope and direction as they face a potentially discouraging job market.”

Survey results are slated to be released in May and will yield a comprehensive list spanning companies of all sizes and industries. Included will be a description of each company along with several hiring criteria and links to company websites.

After the 2010 release, CollegeGrad’s survey results were well-received by the public, resulting in millions of unique visitors from students and recent grads as well as media coverage from CNBC, Forbes and the Wall Street Journal. The popularity of CollegeGrad’s annual survey speaks to the unvarying need for fresh talent in spite of the sluggish economy. To participate in this year’s survey, please use the following links.

For those who have never participated before:

For those who have participated in previous years:

There is no cost to participate in the survey. If you have any additional questions about the survey, please contact Boriana Trifonova at Boriana(dot)Trifonova(at)collegegrad(dot)com.

About is the number one website for entry-level graduates, featuring detailed information about entry-level jobs, internships, career advice and a brand education center with a focus on graduate school and continuing education. For more information, visit

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