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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.


Top businesses look to interns for graduate roles

Many of Britain’s top businesses are reserving graduate roles for student interns according to the latest research. read more...


The key aspects of body language at interview

Getting an interview is one thing, but any potential job aspirations can be blown out of the water in seconds if your body language is not right in the interview room. read more...


Embracing social media in your job hunt

Gone are the days when job hunts revolved solely around looking for signs in office windows or adverts in the local newspapers. read more...


Warning to graduates seeking dream roles away from home

Graduates could be left out of pocket in they move to places with greater job prospects, despite their employment prospects being boosted, according to campaigners. read more...


How to stand out from the crowd

Some jobs, especially those in the city, can be exceptionally competitive and failing to stand out means you could face little chance of success. read more...


European project to drive sports graduate employability

Potential job opportunities for sports graduates are set to be enhanced through a £300,000 project designed to boost employability. read more...


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...

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