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Accenture to recruit 20 new graduates in Scotland over the next 12 month

Global professional services firm Accenture is expanding its presence in Scotland by hiring 20 Scottish university graduates. The firm said the appointment of the graduates, who will take up entry-level positions in the company’s Edinburgh...

These are the average graduate salaries of 70 uni degrees

Whether that's grad schemes or first time steps onto the career ladder, having a degree should hopefully mean nabbing a job and earning money straight out of university is achievable. On top of the weekday...

HarperCollins’ BAME traineeship programme opens for 2018

The scheme was introduced in 2016 to tackle black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) under-representation within the industry. It is aimed at BAME individuals who might not otherwise have considered publishing as a career. HarperCollins...

Brexit uncertainty prompts employers to cut graduate jobs

A major new report on the graduate job market, shows that Britain’s top employers recruited significantly fewer graduates than expected in 2017, leading to the first annual drop in graduate recruitment for five years....

EY transforms graduate scheme by rolling out apprenticeship add-on

Big Four accountant EY is to transform its graduate scheme in 2018 by offering apprenticeships to existing students and new joiners. Eligible graduates will be given the option of working towards a government-accredited apprenticeship alongside...

Student debt results in ‘20% lower pensions for graduates

The cost of paying back student debt could reduce graduate pension pots by almost 20% compared with previous generations who received grants and had no fees to pay, analysis from Royal London has shown. The...

If you want big money head to Aldi, graduates are told as the supermarket’s...

Aldi is offering graduates a £44,000 starting salary as it hopes to tempt top students away from law firms and the City. The budget supermarket is spending big on Britain's bright young workers by offering...

71 % of recent graduates ‘feel underemployed’

Almost three-quarters (71 per cent) of recent graduates believe they are underemployed, research out today has found, raising concerns that their expectations are out of touch with the realities of working life. The 2017 UK...

Graduates have unrealistic salary expectations, study reveals

Nearly half of graduates (47%) expect an average of £9,000 more than they get in their first role after university, a new report reveals. Post-university, graduates expect their first job to pay between £21,000 and...

Graduates have unrealistic salary expectations, study reveals

Nearly half of graduates (47%) expect an average of £9,000 more than they get in their first role after university, a new report reveals. Post-university, graduates expect their first job to pay between £21,000 and...
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