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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.

01/01/2013

Do graduates face a postcode lottery when applying for jobs?

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29/12/2012

How to impress in your first graduate job

Ploughing through hundreds of potential jobs and spending your days firing off numerous applications may have felt like the hard part, but once you’ve been accepted into a job or read more...

29/12/2012

First job? Email etiquette for graduates

Securing a graduate job is generally seen as the toughest part of the recruitment process – but firing off application after application is just the beginning. read more...

28/12/2012

How to deal with making mistakes at work

Making mistakes is completely natural – you wouldn’t be human if you didn’t make the occasional error! However natural they are, however, they can be embarrassing, especially if you’re in the first week of a job. Here’s a quick guide on how to ease the embarrassment and fix the damage. read more...

28/12/2012

New Year’s Resolutions for graduate job hunters

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25/12/2012

Securing a graduate internship – the golden rules

The stock of graduate internships is firmly on the rise at the moment. More and more graduates are beginning to recognise the value of an internship and the opportunities that may come about as a result of it. read more...

25/12/2012

Graduate PR – what do I need to know?

A PR account executive’s position is fast-paced and can potentially involve anything from co-ordinating promotional events to liaising with journalists on different projects. read more...

22/12/2012

The changing face of the graduate jobs market

Another year is almost over. Some of you might have graduated, some might have secured a job and others may be fully immersed in the graduate job hunt. read more...

22/12/2012

Maths graduates: £20,000 up for grabs if you train to be a teacher

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22/12/2012

Graduate named Young Women Engineer of the Year

A graduate walked away with the top prize of £2,500 after being named Young Woman Engineer of the Year at an awards ceremony hosted by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). read more...

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