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Graduates should be helped in recession, group claims
Friday, 19 March 2010
Sales and recruitment
Recent university leavers looking for graduate jobs in sales and recruitment may be interested to hear the opinion of a young person's expert who has urged recruiters and businesses to give candidates support into jobs.
Ms Ginny Lunn, director of policy and development at the Prince's Trust, said that the government should investment more into schemes to help put graduates into degree-level employment or at least some kind of vocational training.
She added: "The recession has hit young people hardest, with one in five now facing the downward spiral of unemployment. With the right support we can help these young people into jobs and training - in turn helping our economy recover.
"Young people want to work and there are detrimental consequences for those who can't find jobs. Young people are at 'psychological scarring'".
This news comes soon after Nissan announced that it will begin production of its first mass-produced electric car in Britain in early 2013, which could potentially create a surfeit of graduate jobs.
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