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Permanent placements and salaries on the rise in April

More people were placed into permanent positions by recruitment consultancies in April, with the rate of growth at an eight-month high. read more...


Plymouth hosts huge recruitment fair for graduates

Plymouth Community Healthcare is to hold a recruitment fair to attract local talent into its organisation. read more...


The Open University claims IT industry needs problem-solvers

Graduates from technology backgrounds need to be properly equipped with problem-solving skills when entering the working world, The Open University has claimed. read more...


University funding to boost nuclear reactor research

The University of Huddersfield will take a leading role in research into engineering solutions for nuclear reactors of the future. read more...


European university mergers on the increase

European universities are merging more than previously, according to new research from the European University Association. read more...


Options exist for MBA graduates in the UK

Around a third of MBA students who graduated in 2011 from overseas were still in the UK three years later, showcasing a large number of opportunities for students to showcase their skills. read more...


Professional hiring has increased by 20%

Professional recruitment agencies for graduates now have 20% more job vacancies available in comparison to 2014, according to a new study from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo). read more...


Which universities provide the best employment opportunities?

Coming out of university with a top level degree is one thing, but it is no guarantee of a job in the long term. read more...


Leading graduate recruiter PwC alters job assessment criteria

Accountancy giant PricewaterhouseCoopers have unveiled plans to stop using A-levels as a way of selecting which graduates to recruit. read more...

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