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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.


Graduates could consider a teaching career after Tory pledge

David Cameron, the leader of the Conservative Party, has said that if he becomes the new prime minister, his government will actively seek out the best graduates to fill desirable teaching positions. read more...


Graduate job hunters in Belfast could receive 90-job boost

The completion of a new workspace development that could create up to 90 new graduate jobs in Belfast has been officially opened.

CityEast, a £2.


Employers to be told 'hire state educated graduates' by government

Employers are to be told by the government to stop predominantly employing professionals who have been privately educated.

Medicine, finance and law industries will be told by ministers today (January 18th) that they must do more to employ graduates with a state school background, as a means of increasing social mobility. read more...


Graduate recruitment vital for UK business, says Dragon's Den star James Caan

Graduate job hunters have been handed a boost in the form of an editorial by highly-respected businessman and Dragon's Den star James Caan in which he urges UK businesses to invest in graduate recruitment. read more...


Historically graduate jobs arrive on back of recession

It is no surprise that graduate job opportunities are likely to emerge on the back of the worst of the recession because this has traditionally been in the case following rough times in the past, it has been stated. read more...


Graduates look at more than pay and application numbers

A recent report showing that UK graduates face stiffer competition to seal a job and are paid less than their equals worldwide has not had any impact on application levels at the UK's top firms, it has been stated. read more...


Graduate jobs for 2010 already secured

Although graduate job hunters may benefit from a greater availability of jobs in 2010, they may not have it any easier than their superiors last year as many positions may have already been filled.

The High Fliers Research report looking into the graduate recruitment prospects of Britain's leading 100 employers noted that 11. read more...


Police recruitment drive lasts two hours

The short supply of application forms may have prevented some individuals searching for a graduate job submitting an application with Lincolnshire Police, the BBC reports. read more...


Businesses through the dark and may start recruiting

Many businesses may have already made it through the toughest times and could be preparing to recruit those hunting for graduate jobs in the near future, it has been stated. read more...


Job searching predicted to be easier in 2010

Graduate job hunters are set to benefit from an increased number of employment opportunities by the end of 2010, the results of a new survey have determined. read more...

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