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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.


The importance of networking

“It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. read more...


Study abroad is a “must-have”, say British Council

Amid increasing numbers of graduates who are being forced to work in low-skilled jobs, the British Council has said that spending time abroad is fast becoming a “must-have” for a student’s CV. read more...


The benefits of part-time work whilst on the hunt for a job

Last year’s marketing and media graduates have done incredibly well, with 71% of marketing grads and 68% of media studies grads in employment six months after graduation. read more...


How to write a super CV

After having a brief look at your cover letter, employers will turn to your CV to gauge more information and ultimately decide whether to offer you a job. First impressions count – so when it comes to read more...


The art of putting together a last minute application

There’s nothing quite like striking gold in your job hunt.

Discovering a vacancy for your dream job sparks joy, elation and pure delight...until you see the closing date. read more...


How to deal with rejections

Many graduates have found that a lack of jobs, tough competition and a dodgy economy have resulted in a number of unwelcome responses to job applications. read more...


From plaintiffs to pastries: law graduate cooks up a win in The Great British Bake Off

A Manchester University law graduate has beaten off tough competition and baked his way to victory in the gripping finale of BBC Two’s The Great British Bake Off. read more...


With every retail vacancy drawing in 66 applications, does the job market give graduates a chance?

Last week brought the news that the labour market is becoming more graduate friendly – but in hindsight this declaration may have been a little premature. read more...


Career ‘advice’ you should ignore

Google is our friend when it comes to job hunting: it can supply an abundance of relevant vacancies, high quality job boards and top-notch career advice at the click of a button. read more...


Capital! While British graduates make for London, Chinese graduates head to Beijing

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