Graduate unemployment

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Employers give the best jobs to students who have already worked for them

Record number of jobs going to students with experience with employer Research of 100 top employers also identified universities where bosses seek talent Students with no work experience warned they stand little chance of landing job at a leading firm Record numbers of graduate jobs are going to students who have already worked for the … Continue reading

The Six Stages Of Graduates Unemployment

Young graduates, I feel your pain. I know how much unemployment hurts and I am here to break it down for you. This way, we can all start a support group for a generation that believed they could do whatever they wanted, and is now sitting at home staring at the telly, wondering if they … Continue reading

UK | Graduate unemployment levels on a par with school leavers

Graduates leaving university found it harder to get jobs in 2011 than students finishing A-level courses, as youth unemployment hit its highest level since the 1980s, official data shows. In 2011, 20% of 18-year-olds who left school with A-levels were unemployed compared with 25% of 21-year-olds who left university with a degree, according to figures … Continue reading

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