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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.


IT graduates must possess confidence

Graduates hoping to get their teeth into roles within the IT sector need to be confident in their approach to new technology, sector experts have argued. read more...


Skilled graduates needed for consultancy and engineering

More graduates are needed to help fill a massive skills shortage in the consultancy and engineering sector, a new report has claimed.

A review by the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) suggests that there may be as many as 20,000 unfilled sector vacancies at present. read more...


Graduates urged to take up IT roles

Graduates and A-level students are being urged to consider positions in IT – as sector experts brace themselves for a massive drop in skilled applicants. read more...


Rolls-Royce unveils new graduate training scheme

Luxury car-maker Rolls-Royce has announced the introduction of its first graduate training program.

The new project will create the opportunity for up to 15 high-calibre graduates to join the iconic Goodwood-based brand on a two-year training scheme, and follows a recently launched apprenticeship program for 16-to-24 year olds. read more...


Graduate IT sector booming amid social networking success

Opportunities and pay packets for graduates looking to break into the UK's IT sector are set to remain strong thanks to increased demand for online technology driven by social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace and the ongoing e-commerce boom. read more...


UK IT jobs not under threat from off-shoring

Fears that the marketplace for UK IT jobs is dwindling due to increased business outsourcing to Asian countries are unfounded, a new report has claimed. read more...


UK graduates must be more tech-savvy to get ahead

Huge technological advances mean that UK graduates must become far more proactive in their job hunts if they are to land the best positions, according to a leading industry expert. read more...


CIOB launches female graduate scheme

The construction industry in the UK has embarked on a new graduate scheme to promote its careers to female graduates.

Under the project, the role of women in the construction sector would be promoted, compatible graduates and employers matched up and graduate training offered. read more...


Security firm's graduate recruitment campaign is recognised

Defence and security firm QinetiQ has received a prestigious award for its latest graduate recruitment campaign at this year's prestigious Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Recruitment Marketing Awards. read more...


Industry must do more to attract IT graduates

The IT industry is facing a major skills shortage that desperately needs to be addressed, according to the findings of a new report. read more...

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