Posts tagged with ‘graduate’

Recruitment trends: Graduates

GradsAs totaljobs continues to command a greater share of the online recruitment market, our site attracts more candidates, in more areas and more industries than ever before. This allows us greater visibility of industry trends across the UK, which we will continue to share in a series of blogs, reports and whitepapers.   Firstly, when comparing the first half of 2017 with.
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A day in the life of an entry-level employee

A day in the life of an entry level employeeIt’s hard to know what to expect when you enter the workplace for the first time. Some people expect to hit the ground running with responsibility for their own projects, while others resign themselves to getting the teas in. We talk to Georgia Traher, 23, a recent graduate in Creative Writing from Bath University, to find out more about her.
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Strongest graduate jobs market in 2014

graduatesThere’s a collective sigh of relief as this year’s crop of university talent are tipped to have the strongest graduate jobs market in 2014 since the economic crisis took hold. New findings from High Fliers Research claim some of the UK’s biggest employers including Google, British Airways, John Lewis, the police and the civil service plan to recruit a total of.
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Recruiter SoapBox: Is it worth going to university to get a job?

News in this week – the U.K. job market for new university graduates has shrunk this year, even though the economy has improved. Outspoken recruitment specialist Mitch Sullivan wonders is it worth going to university to get a job?. Recession-induced nervousness, and massive hikes in tuition fees have spooked many people into questioning the real value of a university.
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The graduate picture: It’s not getting any easier

Each year, totaljobs asks graduates how they feel about getting a job in the current climate, and the response was once again largely negative. Graduates believe that with the rise in tuition fees and the difficulty of even getting to higher education these days, their universities should offer better help in preparing them for employment.   .
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Graduate Answer Time 2013: how can graduate recruitment address skills shortages?

The great and the good from the world of graduate recruitment gathered yesterday for the fourth Graduate Answer Time event. Hosted by ITV News’ Faye Barker at the plush Royal Society of Chemistry in London, the event focused on the perceived skills gap in graduate candidates. Research recently conducted by totaljobs.com entitled ‘Mind the gap in 2017′ identified that.
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