The job-hunting season for university students went into full swing on Dec. 1 as major enterprises started recruiting students who are scheduled to graduate in the spring of 2014. Students are likely to increase their chances of finding good jobs if they explore employment opportunities at small and medium companies as well as at the major companies traditionally viewed as the most desirable employers.

Students and companies should strive to make the best of the opportunities for both during the recruitment period. It is hoped that public employment security offices and universities will do their best to help students find jobs most suitable for them.

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