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So, is the increase in unconditional offers from Universities and good or bad thing?
It must be a huge relief for ‘A’ level students to receive an unconditional offer, but is beneficial in the longer term?
The importance of getting your career off to a good start:
“Two-thirds of new grads who were underemployed in their first job out of college were still underemployed five years later, while only 13 percent of new grads who landed college-level jobs right away were underemployed five years in.” …from the Chicago Tribune, but the point will be applicable in the UK too.
In the past two years, the following have occurred:
- There are more web searches made on mobile devices than on desktop.
- 2017 was the year digital ad spending finally beat TV
Alternative solutions needed as ‘’ firms ‘struggling to recruit as overseas staff stay away’ ‘’
So can recruiting placement students meet that need?
‘’Skills gap will worsen after Brexit, say employers.’’
So, businesses will need to consider new ideas of how to recruit when the UK leaves the EU.
Business jargon – the most unpopular and tips for (not) using it at interview
“Small enterprises with fewer than 50 people employ some 48% of all private sector workers. So they offer a significant engine for employment creation.’’ Professor Geraint Johnes of Lancaster University.
Google launches its job search function in the UK in July 2018 following its launch in the US.
It is partnering with huge job sites to aggregate vacancies. Good for job seekers to have just one site to search across multiple job boards. But… how will your job vacancy stand out in such a colossal collection of job ads?