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The team at Gradplus are pleased to provide you with coverage of the key issues and stories in the graduate sector.

04/04/2008

Overseas jobs offer new opportunities

Spending some time working abroad on initiatives such as graduate training schemes can have long-term career benefits for young professionals, according to an expert. read more...

18/03/2008

UK workers consider relocating

A new survey has shown that as many as three-quarters of the UK workforce is prepared to relocate to another town or city to find work.

The poll, which was conducted by Kelly Services, also revealed that two-thirds of workers in the UK are willing to move abroad to find a job. read more...

18/03/2008

UK workers consider relocating

A new survey has shown that as many as three-quarters of the UK workforce is prepared to relocate to another town or city to find work.

The poll, which was conducted by Kelly Services, also revealed that two-thirds of workers in the UK are willing to move abroad to find a job. read more...

18/03/2008

Scottish jobs market "remains firm"

A new report by the Bank of Scotland has concluded that the jobs market north of the border is holding steady.

The figures for February show that there was a healthy growth in demand for permanent staff, while the need for temporary staff increased at its fastest rate in three months. read more...

09/01/2008

Full time staff appointments slowing

The number of permanent staff appointments rose again last month, although at its slowest rate for four and a half years, according to a new report. read more...

13/12/2007

Graduates 'not being properly interviewed'

Graduates who have failed at interview may want to question the ability of the interviewer rather than their own performance, according to a new report.

The research, by A&DC, shows that 74 per cent of people in business are using poor interview techniques. read more...

04/12/2007

'Massive' wages await top graduates

Students looking to climb the corporate ladder quickly will be encouraged after a report by GMB revealed directors and chief executives of big organisations earn on average £214,063 a year.

The report is also good news for students who want graduate jobs as brokers, who earn an average wage of £101,627 a year. read more...

03/12/2007

Flexible working on the rise

The number of employers that offer flexible working to their staff has increased to 95 per cent, according to a report, which may be good news for students looking for graduate jobs. read more...

03/12/2007

Temporary work 'crucial'

Temporary work is playing a crucial role in the recruitment industry, according to a report, which could be good news for students who plan on doing temp work before finding graduate jobs.

The research, carried out by Bain for Eurociett, the recruitment industry's representative body in Europe, shows that by 2012 more than 2. read more...

28/11/2007

Graduates 'need to improve languages' to work abroad

British graduates do not work abroad as much as Europeans because their language skills are not up to scratch, according to the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS).

British Magazine reports that 1. read more...

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