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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.


People looking for graduate opportunities should volunteer at Olympics, says expert

People looking for graduate vacancies but having no luck should attempt to secure a volunteering role at the 2012 London Olympics, as this will be good experience for job-hunters. read more...


Charity's volunteering graduate opportunities are 'life-changing'

A graduate scheme which gives young Britons an opportunity to visit some of the world's most exotic destinations has been praised by one of its former participants. read more...


Gap year 'could be better option' for graduate job hunters

Britons looking for graduate opportunities could do a lot worse than head on a gap year in the current economic climate, it has been suggested. read more...


Charity to provide graduate jobs in exotic destinations

A north-east charity is giving young Britons graduate opportunities in some of the world's most exotic locations, it emerged today (October 8th). read more...


Gap year 'beneficial' amid lack of graduate opportunities

Britons looking for graduate vacancies could be well served by taking a gap year in light of the current jobs market, it has been suggested. read more...


National Citizen Service 'will attract youngsters'

Young Britons will be attracted to the government's new voluntary work initiative, according to one expert.

Last week, prime minister David Cameron confirmed that the National Citizen Service scheme, which is designed for 10,000 16-year-old school leavers, will commence after next summer's exams. read more...


Extra-curricular activities 'important' for graduate job seekers

Graduate job hunters should engage in as many extra-curricular activities as possible in order to stand out from the crowd, according to one expert. read more...


Graduates ask for election jobs policies

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Scheme aims to attract graduates to social care careers

Graduates still unsure of what career path to take have been targeted by a new government-funded scheme aimed at recruiting social workers.

A minimum of £15,000 will be handed to those looking for read more...

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