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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.


‘I graduated with a 2.2, what job options are available for me?’

Back in July, top academics were calling for changes in the way university students are graded, following the news that 76% of graduate employers refuse to accept candidates without a 2.1 degree or higher. read more...


Follow in Kate Middleton’s footsteps: how to boost your reputation in the jobs market

Unless you’ve been holed up in your room all weekend searching for jobs and read more...


How to impress in your first graduate job

As Britain shifts gear into autumn, many recent graduates will still be leafing through application forms and frantically hunting for a job. read more...


Graduates: how to negotiate your salary

Some of the highest wages for university graduates can be found in Australia, according to a recent report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). read more...


Microsoft leads the way in graduates’ affections

Microsoft has been named as the top employer by graduates, after thousands of university-qualified workers have divulged details about what it’s like working for their employer. read more...


Graduates: how to get the skills you need to impress employers!

News that graduates across the globe are not equipped with the necessary skills for the workplace has been floating around in cyberspace for a few weeks now. read more...


Employers will ‘pay a premium’ for graduates as demand outstrips supply

Yesterday’s article shed light on the rather disheartening fact thatread more...


Your chance to bag a graduate scheme at Morrisons

In today’s stagnant jobs market, fresh graduate jobs in the UK are always welcome – and today we bring you the happy news that Morrisons have opened several of their graduate schemes for 2012/2013 in the past few days. read more...


Will the £9,000 tuition fees benefit recent graduates?

It’s hard not to feel a little bit sorry for freshers who have packed their red-spotted handkerchiefs and embarked on the biggest journey of their lives to date – and are paying £9,000 a year for the privilege. read more...


How doing sport once a week could land you a graduate job

London 2012 is now officially over! An audience of 7.7 million people tuned in to watch the Paralympics closing ceremony on Sunday, and bid farewell to four incredible weeks of sport. read more...

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