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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.


Tesco Offer Boost for Graduate Jobs Market

Supermarket giants Tesco have bucked the trend of a stagnant graduate jobs market by vowing to recruit nearly 450 graduates over the next year.

As the biggest private sector employer in the UK, Tesco’s plans are quite impressive. read more...


Graduate Jobs Search: The Best and Worst Areas

As the search for graduate positions reaches record levels of competition, it has become clear that different parts of Britain are being affected in different ways. Below is a short guide to how three key parts of Britain have been affected in the current climate. read more...


Graduate Internships: Paid or Unpaid?

A total of 95.8% of the members of the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) – comprising some of the UK's biggest graduate recruiters – now pay their interns, according to new figures.

This represents an increase of almost 12% since 2008-9. read more...


Graduate Positions in Europe: A Challenge Worth Taking On?

Considering the hard times that our economy is going through, working abroad is an option that is crossing the minds of many graduates these days. read more...


Medicine and Dentistry Top Graduate Employability Lists

Medicine, dentistry and veterinary science have been marked out as the best courses for graduates to take if they are looking to find immediate employment after finishing their studies.

In contrast, computer sciences ranked lowest with only 84.7% of those questioned managing to secure employment. read more...


Taking a Gap Year Offers Benefits Graduate Job Hunters

A recent study by a leading British youth organisation has suggested that a gap year could still be a wise career move for students that are worried about the new fees system. read more...


Glass ceiling remains a reality for female graduates

Female graduates are likely to face the difficulties of the glass ceiling right up until the end of this decade, according to a new study.

The fictional term is thought to have prevented women from climbing the ladder is their chosen professions for decades. read more...


Charity Volunteering: What do I need to know?

Charity is a broad sector and also very unique. If you are considering the possibility of aiming in this direction regarding your career, it is important to having a good idea of what you can expect from it. read more...


Graduate jobs in the UK: Where are the best and worst areas for employment?

The ups and down of the graduate jobs market are inextricably linked to unemployment in the UK. However, some regions are worse than others. read more...


Skills for the future

Skills for the future

The ‘Future Skills 2020’ report, which analyses the key aspects that will reshape the landscape of work in the coming decade, has just been released. read more...

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