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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.


Job prospects looking up for the Class of 2014

The number of graduate vacancies is at a six-year high, with job figures for those graduating this summer set to reach pre-recession levels. read more...


Why mastering the basics can hold the key to impressing employers

While doing something that can make you stand out at interview is important, so too is having a firm grasp on the basic skills that employers will tend to look for. read more...


The importance of creativity for potential employers

Thinking outside the box represents an ability to come up with specialised solutions in the eyes of many employers, making creative thinkers a highly sought after breed. read more...


Looking for change: Younger people keen to keep their job options open

More than half of employees aged under 30 are considering altering their careers within two years of starting them, according to new research. read more...


Bath Spa graduate scoops prestigious book award

A Bath Spa University graduate has scooped a prestigious book award for his first novel that delves into the world of mental illness. read more...


Looking for a rewarding new job this New Year? Teaching may tick the boxes!



Software graduates receiving high salary offers

Cambridge-based high-tech recruitment company ECM has released data showing that many high-tech graduates are seeing original offers much higher than in the past. read more...


The planning behind finding an ideal graduate role

Finding a job role to which you are perfectly suited following university is no easy task, but some careful thought and consideration can go a long way. read more...


Writing a personal statement – things to remember

Some potential roles will require a personal statement as part of the application process and getting these right can be the difference between landing a dream role and not. read more...


Entrepreneurial flair driving graduate start-up business

Three University of Bath graduates have dived in at the deep end by launching a snack business in the city, completely from scratch.

The three young adults, Joe Seager, 22, Charles Arnold and Giles Mitchell, both 23, meet well studying for a Business Administration degree at the university. read more...

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