49 per cent of graduates feel there are no opportunities currently in their sector.
The 2020 Graduate Recruitment and Development Conference will take place on the 22nd January.
Graduates more willing than older employees to sacrifice party for rewards throughout year.
University graduate schemes at risk as students feel education does not provide them with the skills they need
68 per cent believe that industry recognised certifications should be part of their degree.
How can employers diversify and eliminate bias in graduate recruitment?
Why are graduates shunning grad schemes in favour for other routes into business?
Working class women earn £16,000 less than men from wealthier backgrounds for similar roles.
Are you a blue-sky thinker or an action-orientated individual?
Who are graduates schemes biased to?
What is the biggest barriers Generation Z is facing to achieving their dream job?
The webinar will present an opportunity for you to address your own thoughts and challenges around hiring and retaining graduates.
New research from graduate jobs board Milkround has revealed that almost one in three (27%) are worried they will lose out on roles to other applicants who can afford to accept a poorly paid internship.
With 37% of students and graduates who planned on starting a new job or career within 12 months, saying they hoped to work for an SME – now is the time to attract the best talent, or risk missing out, according to The Health Insurance Group.
Graduates feel embarrassed about their level of income.
Alex Gnyla, a young entrepreneur in the first stages of his career, speaks of his experiences as a recent graduate starting up a new business, looking to get University students involved in his venture