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30.11.16

The 21 global universities that produce the most employable graduates

Times Higher Education has published its annual "Global University Employability Survey," a ranking of universities that turn out graduates with the best job prospects. While universities in the US, the UK, and Japan dominate the top of the...

30.11.16

Schools should do more to prepare young people for work, says report

The UK’s economic prosperity is at risk because the majority of schools fail to prioritise enterprise education and work-related learning, according to a Government report. The survey found only four of the 40 secondary schools visite...

30.11.16

Banks back London with graduate hiring spree

Deutsche Bank doubled the number of graduates it hired for its London technology teams this year in the most striking example of banks’ ploughing ahead with recruitment plans despite the uncertainty caused by Brexit. A recent report b...

30.11.16

Young women 'shut out of jobs market' by lack of support

Being shut out of the workforce leads to isolation and depression for too many young women, says YWT in a report. The latest official figures show 285,000 young women are currently classed as economically inactive (not working and not looki...

30.11.16

'Earn as you learn' plan for nurses with new part-time degrees

Nurses will be able to “earn as they learn” under new plans for part-time degrees. The Health Secretary said the new apprenticeships will encourage people from all backgrounds into the profession, with 1000 new places starting next y...