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Gender employment gap almost at record low

A growing numbers of women joining the workforce since 2010 has acted to narrow the gap between men and women's employment, government figures have revealed. read more...


Award offers £5,000 to create dream engineering CV

If you're a graduate engineer who dreams of going places, then the latest awards from the Royal Academy of Engineering could be just the thing to turn your vision into reality. read more...


Government launches new STEM skills campaign

Education secretary Nicky Morgan has announced the launch of a new government campaign aimed at boosting the STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) skills pipeline. read more...


Call made to promote world-class higher education in craft

If you're a dab hand with a needle or clay turntable and want to turn your skills for crafting into a career, then you are likely to welcome the latest educational campaign with open arms. read more...


Cambridge students launch video campaign to get Taylor Swift to perform at ball

She may not even have hit her mid-twenties yet but pop songstress Taylor Swift has already endeared crowds the world over with her winning combination of catchy tunes and Nashville charm. read more...


Business students increasingly being lured by FMCG careers

While a career in banking has often been the go-to profession of choice for business students, the latest research has revealed a shift towards a new industry sector. read more...


Salary growth for IT professionals outpaces average, reveals survey

Salaries for IT workers are continuing to steam ahead of average wage growth in the UK, as demand from burgeoning  IT sectors continues to increase. read more...


Loughborough University graduate wins James Dyson award

A graduate from Loughborough University has walked away with the £30,000 James Dyson Award for his innovative, inflatable incubator design. read more...


35% of employees want to change their working arrangements

Advances in technology have meant that flexible working arrangements are now within the grasp of many employees. read more...


Graduates win top start up prize for social shopping app

Social media and apps are all the rage, so putting these two things together was a business savvy move on the part of a pair of budding graduate entrepreneurs from Cricklewood. read more...

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