If you're one of those unemployed graduates or students sat at home twiddling your thumbs because you're not having much luck finding a job, it's time to re-evaluate where you are going wrong and get...

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One of the most common queries thought by job-seeking graduates is 'how can I be persistent during my job searching, without being pushy or coming across as aggressive?' It is very difficult to find...

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Scottish students have been known to fare better than the English when it comes to unemployment rates, with the highest rate of graduate employment in the UK (according to the Scottish Youth...

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The graduate labour market is holding up well compared to the first quarter of 2012, according to university careers and employability professionals. Responding to the regular vacancy survey carried...

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In a year that has seen an average of 52 job applications for every graduate position, an 11% increase on last year, resulting in many organisations finishing recruitment for the year early, the...

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Is the gap year soon to become the latest victim of the woeful graduate recruitment market?

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The BBC has revealed figures collated by Hull's Student Union that reveal a 54% increase in the number of students facing financial difficulties over the past four years.

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Official figures show that the US economy is improving, unemployment rate has reduced from 10% in March 2010 to 8.2% in March 2012, and we are slowly but steadily on our way to recovery from the...

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So it's official. According to statistics released on Wednesday the UK is back in recession?- and it looks like that's bad news for graduate recruitment.

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In the third quarter of 2011 UK youth unemployment reached 21.8 per cent, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). This figure is slightly above the continental...

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The Ministry of Education released a notice on November 21st of this year indicating that if the graduate employment rate of a particular discipline is lower than 60% for two consecutive years, fewer...

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Faced with the growing onslaught of depressive news regarding rising unemployment, I thought I would share some good news with everyone, which is the Commonwealth Jobs fund. The Commonwealth Jobs Fund...

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Figures from the Office of National Statistics show that there are now almost one million people under the age of 25 out of work and there are 2.57 million people overall out of work. Fewer than a...

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It is estimated that more than a million young people are now unemployed in Britain. The figures have been swollen by the number of graduates and school-leavers who have failed to find work after...

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As a graduate beginning to look into today's job market it can often be alienating to read the slew of negative reports in the press about job prospects within the current economic climate. Such...

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In a bid to secure their dream job post-university, graduates are working more hours than ever...

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Unemployment

Labour will today make a direct appeal to graduates stuck in low-skilled, badly paid jobs as it seeks to rebuild its reputation for economic competence...

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Unemployment

It's no secret that the graduate job market leaves a lot to be desired at the present moment in time...

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