Graduates continue to account for the bulk of genuinely global entry-level programmes as businesses strive to build workforces which are internationally mobile and future-fit, according to the latest research. The research also reveals the ambitious and innovative steps that world-leading businesses are taking to triumph in the ‘war for talent’
Published: 17 May 2018
Graduates worry the most about not getting a rewarding job and struggling with work-life balance. Reported progression opportunities as most important in new role. Graduates have at least £27,000 in student loans looming over their heads, the job market is fiercely competitive, renting a place to live is costly and buying property is near impossible.
Published: 17 April 2018
Today’s job market expects candidates to show, not tell, their skills at interviews. Only a fifth (22 percent) of the UK’s top universities offer up-to-date-guidance as part of their online resources to help students meet employers’ expectations in job interviews and thrive in the competitive graduate job market.
Published: 15 January 2018