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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.


Survey finds 'hot' sectors for graduate jobs

Those looking for graduate jobs in the recession-hit competitive market are most likely to find jobs in the utilities, technology and public sectors, according to a new survey. read more...


Nissan to provide graduate jobs?

Those looking for graduate jobs in the automotive industry during the current economic climate may be interested in the 150 new UK positions pledged by car manufacturer Nissan.

Expecting an increase in demand due to the government's car scrappage scheme, the Japanese company is to recruit 150 people at its plant in Sunderland. read more...


Graduate construction jobs boost in Scotland?

A property developer in Moray, Scotland, has announced that it will provide 150 new construction jobs when it begins work building houses in the area, which may be of interest to graduates looking into the industry. read more...


GMPTE reveals graduate jobs

Those looking for graduate management jobs may be interested in the new scheme unveiled by the Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive (GMPTE), which offers two years of paid work. read more...


Network Rail doubles graduate recruitment

British rail company Network Rail has announced that it will create 1,000 new jobs in 2009 and will double graduate jobs as part of a £20 billion overhaul of the business. read more...


Electric cars to create jobs

A car firm planning to create the world's first zero emission electric car will create 250 jobs in the process, adding further proof that the green sector may be the best option for those looking for graduate recruitment. read more...


Transport for London set to hire 120 graduates

Graduate jobseekers in the capital may be aware that Transport for London plans to employ at least 120 university leavers in 2009.

According to the Times, which names the management network as one of its top 100 graduate employers, places on the corporate, engineering, technical and project coordination schemes are on offer. read more...


Graduates 'could benefit' from BMI takeover

Jobs could be created in the UK travel sector following the acquisition of BMI British Midland by German carrier Lufthansa.

AA Appointments managing director John Tolmieat dispelled suggestions that redundancies could be made as a result of the takeover with comments which may buoy graduates seeking careers with Europe's major airlines. read more...


Nexus launches graduate jobs scheme

A north-east passenger transport executive has welcomed new starters on its first ever graduate trainee programme.

Nexus, which operates public transport across much of the region, has started the scheme in order to help overcome skills shortages, reports the Whitley Bay News Guardian. read more...


Travel industry 'lazy over graduate recruitment'

The travel industry has been blasted as lazy after only a minimum number of companies responded to an Institute of Travel and Tourism (ITT) graduate recruitment programme.

The ITT teamed up with recruitment company AA Appointments to try and alter students' perceptions of working in the industry by supplying graduates to employers. read more...

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