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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.


Graduate job hunters advised against taking gap year or postgrad

Recent university leavers looking to gain an edge in the increasingly competitive graduate recruitment market have been advised by employers on the best ways to get ahead once they leave higher education. read more...


Salaries for graduate jobs remain consistent, survey shows

Recent university leavers about to start graduate jobs will be banking an average starting salary of £25,000 for the second year in a row, according to data from the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR). read more...


Graduate recruitment picture more positive than thought, figures show

The latest Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) report has shown that the amount of graduate job cuts is much less than predicted.



Graduates handed boost by Scottish firms' intentions to recruit

An annual labour market survey of Scotland's financial service firms by recruitment agency Joslin Rowe showed that more than half of companies intend to increase 2010 headcount by up to ten per cent. read more...


Graduate job hunters' confidence remains despite increased competition

A survey of graduate job hunters has revealed that despite an increase in competition across the board, a quarter of university leavers were confident that they would find a read more...


Graduates handed boost by REC

The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) yesterday (February 4th) lent its support to the government's Backing Young Britain campaign aimed at helping young people and graduates avoid the pitfalls of unemployment. read more...


Graduate job hunters told to go online

The majority of job placements were secured by using online recruitment sources than by responding to an advert in the printed press or visiting a recruitment agency in person, according to new research. read more...


Scottish graduates could benefit from retail park development

Graduate job hunters in Scotland may be interested to hear about the planned creation of a big money retail and recreational development in Inverurie that could create 400 employment vacancies. read more...


IT graduates boosted by Irish job creation

Graduates hoping to find employment within the IT sector may be interested to hear that a technology firm in Ireland has created 70 new jobs and that two other firms in the country are to create another 130 positions. read more...


Survey shows graduate employment could rise

Employers could be returning to graduate recruitment in 2010 according to a survey of leading HR chiefs by London law firm Speechly Bircham and King's College London HRM Learning Board.

It predicts that staff turnover is set to rise in the coming months as disgruntled employees unhappy with their working conditions decide to move on. read more...

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