The graduate recruitment industry is proving
resilient to the effects of the economic downturn, an expert has
Carl Gilleard of the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR)
recently revealed the results of a study he conducted of its
The research indicated that 33 per cent of graduate recruiters
expect to take on the same number of graduates this year as they
did last year.
Furthermore, 26 per cent said they intended to recruit slightly
more in 2009, while not one of those surveyed said their company
would be stopping graduate recruitment altogether.
A recent report from High Fliers also found that a quarter of
employers are planning to take on more graduate recruits next year
than they have this year, while half said they will employ roughly
the same amount.
ITjobsforgraduates.com recently noted that the economic downturn
has led to an increasing number of graduates seeking employment in
the IT sector.
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