Most companies require at least two or more years of experience from applicants. But what if you are a fresh college graduate with no job experience to present to an employer? Don't fret. These companies listed below are all willing to hire fresh grads.


The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, commonly known as NASA, is looking for scientists, engineers, IT specialists, human resources specialists, accountants, writers and technicians, among others. The agency demands its employees to exhibit creativity, ambition, teamwork, "a sense of daring" and "a probing mind."

Check out NASA's job listings here.

Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs seeks to "recruit talented people from all academic backgrounds" into their university programs and entry level positions. With their full-time jobs, the investment banking firm assures potential employees of learning firsthand about the company, their culture and the financial industry.

You can apply here.

Walt Disney Company

Walt Disney offers Co-op and Post Graduate Programs from January to June or July to December. These programs span numerous business areas and are open to those who have graduated from an accredited educational institution.

Listed below are the job categories you can apply for in Disney.

  • Technology/Information Technology
  • Finance/Accounting
  • Sourcing & Procurement
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing/Promotions
  • Sales
  • Distribution
  • Broadcast/Technical Operations
  • Production & Programming
  • Journalism
  • Animals, Sciences & Environment
  • Engineering
  • Management
  • Creative

U.S. Department of State

The U.S. State Department runs a Recent Graduates Program, which is aimed at fresh graduates of trade and vocational schools, community colleges, universities and other qualifying educational institutions or programs. To qualify for jobs, applicants must be a citizen of the U.S., and they must apply within two years of degree or certificate completion. Applicants must also possess the following competencies: attention to detail, customer service, oral communication and problem-solving.

Applicants will also be subject to random drug testing and should be able to receive Top Secret or Secret security clearance.

General Electric

CollegeGrad wrote that General Electric hired 1600 entry level employees last year. The American multinational conglomerate corporation offers entry level jobs in over 160 countries, promising employees "an unparalleled foundation on which to build their careers, their abilities and their dreams."

Some of the positions offered by GE are for its Corporate Entry Level Leadership Programs, which mixes responsible and important job assignments with formal classroom studies. Employees will be given rotational assignments across various aspects of the company's business, providing their personnel with an extensive and valuable job experience that can be attained even in a short period of time.

On a separate note, here are some jobs that value work experience over an educational background.