Many graduates are to look for jobs at higher education
institutes in 2008, a survey has revealed.
Research by jobs.ac.uk found that university, research and science
roles were being targeted in 2008 by 82 per cent of students
One in ten graduates were more inclined to actively search for job
vacancies than wait for the perfect job to land in their inbox via
an alert from an internet job agency, noted Andrew Gordon, director
However, the increasing frequency of specialist recruitment websites mean that highly qualified
candidates should also pursue their job hunt online, Mr Gordon
"Employers keen to attract highly qualified candidates should
review the recruitment sections of their own websites to show what
working life is like there, as well as the job opportunities
available," he added.
Britain's nationwide recruitment effort may be kick-started in 2008
with government plans to improve the number of apprenticeship
schemes available in the private sector as part of a move to boost
the skill levels of the nation's workforce.
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