LAS VEGAS — Supermarkets looking to recruit college graduates to the industry need to sell students on the rewards, responsibilities and relevancy of a career in retail, according to a panel of experts speaking at FMI 2010 here. Two retail recruiters on the panel said that participation in school curriculum and well-structured internship programs can also help influence top young talent to choose their organizations. Once there, retailers must make sure workers are being challenged and ...

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