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Heads of higher education careers services report a healthy graduate job market in 2016, despite challenges of Brexit
Around 70% of respondents to the Annual AGCAS Graduate Labour Market and Student Engagement Survey reported an increase in graduate vacancies and saw the market as generally more buoyant than the previous year.
The Government issued the second experimental release of government data on the earnings and employment outcomes of graduates on gov.uk on 1st December 2016.
Nominations are now open for the AGCAS Award for Careers Service Engagement, part of the TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards 2017. The award recognises those employers who...
- UK approaches Brexit with strongest jobs market since the recession
- Southampton wins AGCAS Award for Partnership with Professional Services 2016
- Sussex wins AGCAS Award for Student Engagement 2016
- Greenwich wins AGCAS Award for Employability 2016
- Lincoln wins AGCAS Award for Employer Engagement 2016
- Southampton wins AGCAS Award for Academic Engagement 2016
- York wins AGCAS Award for Technology 2016
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Guidelines on Managing University Recruitment Events
AGCAS's Employer Liaison Specialists Group (ELSG) has produced guidelines on managing the risks associated with recruitment events. More details ›
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All AGCAS members can exchange views and ideas by submitting news articles to this website and contributing to the discussions that follow many articles.
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People to contact
Deputy Head of Multi-Faculty College Careers Service, Royal Holloway University of London
The Careers Group, University of London
Closing Date: January 22, 2017
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A one-day session, for careers and employability professionals who are supporting clients through the early stages of the graduate recruitment process
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