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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.


Multilingual graduates in demand up north

Graduates who live in the Manchester area and have a knack for languages are in luck as it emerges that increasing numbers of international firms are setting up bases in Greater Manchester. read more...


Avoiding topless selfies and bad grammar: tips for successful job hunting

Our previous article described how one US law graduate sent out a mass email to hundreds of lawyers across the state of Delware in a bid to find a job. read more...


Job hunting US law graduate sends employers topless selfie

In the tough graduate jobs market, some brave university leavers have turned to some innovative ways to capture the attention of employers and recruiters. read more...


Top tips for changing your field of expertise

Our previous article described the rise of humanities students in City jobs including the finance and management sectors. read more...


Humanities students can finally answer back to their BSc peers

Arts students have long been the subject of ridicule among BSc students, who pride themselves on choosing ‘difficult’ subjects that supposedly give them more chance of finding a job after graduation. read more...


What to keep an eye out for during internships

Internships are increasingly open to graduates as well as students looking to boost their chances of success in the jobs market, according to a recent survey by the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR). read more...


How to get a job in the TV industry

She may only have graduated from university last week, but 22-year-old Lindsey Russell has already fought off 20,000 applicants to land a dream job presenting on long-running children’s show Blue Peter. read more...


Essential things to convey in an interview

Interviews for graduate jobs can be nerve-racking even for the most confident of people and when nerves attack it can lead to irrelevant waffling or uncharacteristic shyness, saying more than you wanted to and worst of all, the dreaded mind blank. read more...


Best words to use on your CV

The best ways to stand out in the fiercely competitive graduate jobs market is to have boatloads of experience and a good range of soft skills. However, if you’ve already got these and you’re still having problems finding a job, there are other ways to make your application stand out. read more...


How to impress at assessment centres

In addition to phone and face-to-face interviews, some companies like to throw an extra stage into the mix and invite you to an assessment centre so they can more thoroughly gauge whether you are the right fit for the company. Here are a few standard tasks you might be asked to do and how to succeed. read more...

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