Heads of higher education careers and employability services tend towards believing that the graduate labour market was more buoyant in the first quarter of 2013 (January to March) than at the same time last year. 93.1% of those surveyed by AGCAS reported that, in their experience, the graduate labour market was the same or more buoyant (41.4% better, 51.7% same) compared with 3.4% who believed it was less buoyant. 3.4% said they did not know.
To reflect the recent changes to the AGCAS mission and strategic aims, three new positions are being created on the AGCAS Board of Directors. This is an exciting time to be part of an executive ...
APD Communications was announced as the winner of the AGCAS Award for Excellence in Careers Service Engagement at the 2012 TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards ceremony in Lo...
AGCAS is delighted to invite nominations for the 2013 AGCAS Awards for Excellence. Our biennial awards aim to encourage, reward and share good practice by HE careers and employability profe...
Sir Tim Wilson, author of the Wilson Review, Dave Jarman, Chairman and Director of Enterprise Educators UK, Jeremy Budd, Vice-President of IBM, and Carl Gilleard, Chief Executive at the...
- AGCAS announces official partnership with GTI Media
- Graduate labour market 'mixed picture' - AGCAS survey
- Doubling of students using careers services for networking: GTI survey
- What do students and graduates really think about careers?
- AGCAS and AGR Graduate Success Project
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Head of the Careers Advisory Service
University of Bath
Closing Date: May 30, 2013
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