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    Company: Legal Seafoods in South Boston, MA

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      The job market has shifted significantly in recent years. The accelerated adoption of technology has not only pushed many companies into remote working arrangements but also increased the availability of supporting tools and technologies (i.e., video conferencing and collaboration software).

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      Building a candidate pipeline through a great internship program for local college students and recent graduates at local universities is a great and cost-effective way to attract and retain top talent. By offering meaningful and impactful work experiences, regular feedback, coaching, and mentorship, you can create a positive internship experience that will make your organization a sought-after destination for future employees. This not only benefits the organization in the short-term but also in the long-term, as you'll have a pool of well-trained and experienced candidates who may be interested in full-time employment once they graduate. Furthermore, building relationships with local universities and college students can increase brand awareness and build a positive reputation for your organization in the local community.

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