A new survey of over 8,000 jobseekers by totaljobs.com has found that 79% of them are keen to participate in training to boost their job prospects, with 71% believing that employers expect candidates to be more qualified than ever.
New research indicates that despite making up the largest group of international students, Chinese graduates are achieving fewer firsts from British universities than other groups. The Guardian explores the reasons for this trend.
AGR Chief Executive, Stephen Isherwood, comments on recent research which suggests that the average graduate starting salary has dropped 11% over a five-year period. “It’s fair to say that the last few years have been difficult ones...
Graduate starting salaries have fallen by 11% over the past five years, according to new data for the Complete University Guide.
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A third of 12 - 25 year olds would consider a career in engineering, but are unsure about the exact nature of the profession, new research from MyKindaCrowd has found.
Read more: HR Magazine
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