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Penza students-agrarians choose where they want to work

14:50 | 26.03.2018 | Agriculture

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Penza, 26 March 2018. PenzaNews. About 300 final-year students chose a desired place of employment at the annual job fair held in Penza State Agricultural University.

Penza students-agrarians choose where they want to work

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The event was attended by graduating students majoring in zootechnics, crop production, technology of agricultural products processing, and economics.

Rector of the university Oleg Kukharev and deputy chairman of the Penza region government, head of the regional Ministry of Agriculture Andrei Burlakov turned to the students with a welcoming speech.

The employers included, in particular, Damate Group, whose managers of crop production, poultry production and human resources departments talked to the potential employees.

They showed the students a corporate film and spoke about projects and achievements of the enterprise that were implemented and reached during five years since the founding.

Thus, the attention of the graduates was drawn to the fact that during this time the company had become the largest producer of turkey meat in the country and at that moment was implementing a large-scale project to expand its capacity and create new jobs.

As a result of the job fair, over 50 final-year students showed interest in the employment in the holding and filled in questionnaires.

According to HR director Polina Konnova young specialists, who came to the company immediately after graduation, make up over 10% of its employees.

"One of the priorities of our HR strategy is finding, attracting and developing young and talented specialists who are ready to master their profession as well as other related areas fast, for example information technology in crop production. Participation in such events helps to solve this task and to form understanding of one's special subject in a new modern format," she said.

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