内定（ないてい）：unofficial offer, informal (job) offer
いくつも：many, a great number of ~
就活（しゅうかつ）：short version of job-hunting
失敗する（しっぱい）：failure, to fail
極度（きょくど）：maximum, extreme [極度に: extremely]
恐れ（おそれ）：fear, horror, anxiety, concern, uneasiness
望む（のぞむ）：to desire, wish for
得る（える）：to get, obtain, acquire [食べ得る: to be able to eat/can eat]
下がる（さがる）：to fall, to lack (in amount)
After job hunting, students who receive many informal job offers from corporations are called, "shuukatsu erito". They know techniques (to use) in interviews. They have an extreme fear of failure and if they don't receive their desired job, there is a tendency for their motivation to drop. Their reputations from a company's side/perspective is not good.
Students who receive many informal job offers from corporations after job hunting are called, "shuukatsu erito". They know what techniques to use in interviews. They also have an extreme fear of failure and if they don't receive the job they desire, their motivation tends to drop. From a company's perspective, they don't have good reputations.
Students who gain many informal job offers after a period of job hunting are called, "shuukatsu eriito". They know the best techniques to use in interviews. They are extremely afraid of failure, and tend to lack motivation in their work if they don't obtain the position they desire. They have a bad reputation among corporations.