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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.


Number of graduates in basic jobs rises sharply

Yesterday (11 October) Grad Plus brought you the news that Bangor University graduate Jamie Fox is working as a human scarecrow.

After three years spent studying English and Music,


Graduate teams up with Paloma Faith to tackle youth unemployment

With more than one million jobless 18-24 year olds across the UK, the labour market is as gloomy as ever. read more...


Desperate times: graduate accepts job as human scarecrow

After three years studying English and Music, 22-year-old Jamie Fox has done what many other graduates are struggling to achieve. read more...


Employment market becoming more graduate friendly

Graduates frantically looking to secure their first role in a competitive market will welcome the news that the number of fresh graduate jobs in UK is finally beginning to pick up. read more...


Network Rail doubles graduate scheme intake

Network Rail has increased the number of applicants that it is accepting for its 2013 graduate management scheme. 

The transport firm’s highly successful graduate scheme is hugely popular. read more...


Graduate starting salaries fall by 13.2%

New figures released today indicate that 2012 graduate starting salaries have experienced an average drop of 13.2% compared to last year. read more...


Graduate job search – what do employers want?

All the most recent figures which have been released suggest that the graduate jobs marketplace is as competitive as ever. read more...


Visiting Universities – what do I need to look for?

When the time comes to decide which University you wish to attend, it can be an initially daunting experience. One of the most difficult aspects is identifying exactly what you should be looking for. read more...


UK struggles to create credible Stem graduates

A new report produced by the Royal Academy of Engineering has suggested that the UK desperately needs to increase the number of graduates it is creating in the respective fields of engineering, science, technology  and mathematics. read more...


Canadian lifeline for unemployed UK graduates

UK graduates who are struggling to find a suitable platform for their skills on these shores may be offered an unlikely lifeline in the shape of employment opportunities in Canada. read more...

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