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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.


A happy new year for graduates: 2013 will bring more job openings

Yes, you did read that right. Pinch yourself. Is the same headline still there? YES. It may be hard to believe after being repeatedly informed of the dire state of the jobs market, but there’s finally some good news for graduates. read more...


Get paid whilst travelling: ideas for globetrotting graduates

Going abroad after university is a popular option amongst graduates who don’t feel quite ready to dive into the real world, or who want to escape the grim graduate jobs market. read more...


How apalling spelling can effect your job aplication



Click and collect your graduate job at Amazon

Amazon’s Digital Media Development Centre, which is the global hub for the company’s work on services and APIs for digital media, was officially opened in London in September 2012. read more...


Negotiating a pay rise

Six months into a job, you’re confident in your ability to carry out your designated role and your performance is (if you do say so yourself) rather excellent. read more...


Exciting new job opportunity for IT graduates

Treading water in the graduate talent pool waiting for a career lifeboat to come and rescue you from the sea of unemployed university-leavers is no mean feat. read more...


Rejected for being ‘overqualified’? How to bounce back and land a job

In the gloomy graduate labour market, it’s rare to get a response at all. Busy companies flooded with hundreds of applications for just one role struggle to stay on top of the admin and often bypass the process of sending a polite rejection email or one of those ‘We’ll keep your CV on file’ type responses. read more...


Sir James Dyson voices concern regarding the scarcity of engineering graduates in the UK

With a string of achievements under his belt, such as working on London 2012’s Olympic Stadium and Dublin’s Aviva Stadium to name but a few, it is little wonder that University of Bath graduate Phil Anthony Moutousamy has been awarded a prestigious engineering award. read more...


That’s a wrap: getting video assignments right first time

Yesterday, Grad Plus brought you the news that 24-year-old Media Production graduate, Adam Pacitti, is so desperate to find paid employment that read more...


Engineering student’s pioneering design plays major role in re-enactment of Shackleton’s historic polar voyage

A GPS system designed by an engineering student at the University of Bath will allow people to track the re-enactment of an Antarctica expedition first undertaken in 1916. read more...

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