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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.


Increase in digital recruiting

Recent years have seen a substantial increased in digital recruiting with both applicants and employers making greater use of the technology. read more...


UK job hunters facing 'difficult market'

Job hunters in the UK are finding increasingly difficult to secure a job in light of the credit crunch, according to new research.

The Right Management Outplacement Index conducted by HR consultancy Right Management has revealed that job hunters faced a particularly tough time toward the end of last year. read more...


Bad CVs irritate employers

Badly written CVs are a major annoyance to employers and are losing potential candidates jobs, according to new research.

A new study by fish4jobs has found that 73 per cent of employers find poorly written CVs more of a turn-off than an applicant arriving late, wearing inappropriate clothes or swearing in an interview, reports Recruiter. read more...


All-graduate nursing supported by NHS

NHS Employers has supported the view that the minimum standard for all nurse pre-registration training should be a degree.

This comes in light of a consultation put forward by the Nursing and Midwifery Council and Department of Health regarding the future of pre- and post-registration, reports Nursing Times. read more...


Pro-active job-seeking 'huge advantage'

Graduates that adopt a pro-active approach to job searching by making the most of work experience opportunities and networking are at a significant advantage, an expert has said. read more...


Firms warn of skills worries

Inadequately skilled staff is one of the top problems cited by firms in the last year, a new global survey has discovered. read more...


Recruitment set to increase

Graduate recruitment expectations for 2008 suggest a rise in the uptake of those leaving higher education, according to a new report.

Incomes Data Services (IDS) questioned around 100 companies found the manufacturing sector to be one of the industries predicting a rise in the number of graduates it employs. read more...


Media 'worst offender' for unpaid hours

A new report has found that the people working in the media industry are giving away almost £6,000 in unpaid overtime. read more...


City bonuses on the increase

Professionals working in the City appear to have sidestepped the credit crunch, as many received a larger bonus than in 2007. read more...


Graduates' impact on business 'should be acknowledged'

The impact of graduates on individual businesses should not be underestimated, an expert has advised. read more...

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