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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.


Extortionate cost of postgraduate education forces students to rely on the Bank of Mum and Dad

Concern that postgraduate education is the reserve of the wealthy is continuing to snowball as research shows that almost half (49%) of undergraduates who are considering further study plan to borrow money from their parents. read more...


Graduate jobseekers at risk of falling victim to money laundering scams

Jobseekers and students have been highlighted as most at risk of being lured into illegal money laundering activities that could result in a ten-year prison sentence. read more...


Truly terrible graduate job advice

When you start looking for a job after uni, it can be a rather daunting process. Family, friends and relatives will all try to help, and while their advice is kindly meant, sometimes it can be a hindrance rather than a help. read more...


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Must-do interview techniques

Getting a job is no mean feat. However, in order to secure employment, you first have to be invited to interview – which can prove a stiff challenge in itself. read more...


The silver lining on the graduate labour market cloud

Positive headlines concerning graduates and their job prospects are few and far between – so here’s something to lighten the mood. read more...


Graduates: Dyson on the lookout for new recruits

After reporting a record turnover in profits, engineering firm Dyson has announced the happy news that it will be hiring an additional 100 engineers at its plant in Wiltshire this year. read more...


Employers increasingly hiring MBA graduates

The graduate jobs market remains impenetrably tight, with university leavers finding it increasingly difficult to beat off tough competition and hop onto the career ladder. read more...


Crumbling in the face of innovation: graduate demand diverted away from traditional sectors and towards technology and media

Top graduates are making a beeline for roles in ‘new’ industries, such as technology, media and telecommunications, forcing more traditional sectors to up their game in a bid to attract university-educated candidates. read more...


UK university students shouldering a £20 billion debt

Collectively, students reading degrees at British universities owe almost £20bn, prompting questions about whether job prospects and earning potential provided by a university education still offsets the burden of student debt repayments. read more...

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