The French luxury conglomerate announced a major recruitment drive Wednesday, which if successful will boost the number of young employees working in the organisation.
In its native France, the company said it plans to offer 2,500 permanent contracts to candidates under the age of 30 by the end of next year. An additional 5,000 candidates will be offered internships or apprenticeships, part of a wider international recruitment drive, the company said.
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