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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.


Ener-G wants graduates for executive jobs

A new recruitment scheme from renewable power firm Ener-G has been launched, which aims to set them on the road to an executive position in the company. read more...


Green energy could create graduate engineering jobs, says union

One of the UK's biggest trade unions, Unite, will say at a conference today (June 22nd) that engineering jobs, including those for graduates, will be created if the government invests in green energy. read more...


Graduate engineering jobs on offer?

Those looking for fast paced graduate jobs in the engineering sector may be interested to know that a Yorkshire motorsports company have received the financial backing to be on the Formula One grid next season. read more...


Good IT staff 'in demand'

Over half of people looking for work in the IT sector are finding a new employer within three months, a new study shows.

In news that could interest people looking for graduate jobs in the sector, research by First Point found that of the 350 candidates surveyed, 50 per cent found a job within three months. read more...


Science students have 'no fears' over graduate job market

University students looking for graduate jobs with their new science degrees are not as pessimistic as recent media reports about their prospects of finding employment.

Those currently undertaking degrees in chemistry at University College London have expressed their confidence in finding a job due to the nature of their subject. read more...


Non-IT graduates get job training

People looking for graduate jobs who do not have a formal IT qualification can benefit from a range of courses from the University of Ulster. read more...


Graduate scheme announced by University of Ulster

Those looking for graduate jobs in Northern Ireland will be given a helping hand thanks to the University of Ulster, which is investing £500,000 in a new scheme.

The initiative, called Upgrade, will provide an opportunity for graduates to improve their existing knowledge and skills, making them more employable to companies. read more...


Young women positive about IT careers

Despite the common notion that the IT industry is for men only, a representative from the BCS (formerly the British Computer Society) Young Professionals Group (YPG) has said that women see the sector as open to them. read more...


Norwich company hopes to offer graduate jobs

The expansion of a green company in Norwich could provide a graduate jobs boost to the area, according to reports. read more...


Construction industry needs more graduates, says CIOB

There is a skills shortage in the construction industry, according to a new survey by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and more graduate jobs need to be created in order to redress the balance. read more...

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