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Graduate Jobs - not such a bad situation as we thought
Jeremy Bosk
Posted: 05 November 2012 11:22:10(UTC)
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Things are looking up in the graduate labour market.

Not all the jobs are in London.

You do not need a vocational degree (science and engineering) to get a decent job.

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Billy Reid
Posted: 05 November 2012 18:00:16(UTC)
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We have taken on SEVEN graduates in the last year and because of business opportunities are liable to take on an equal amount next year. Our company is based in central Scotland and we are continually on the look out for keen young graduate engineers.

There is much more positive trends outwith London area than is reported in the " Media" who only seem to love reporting the depressing stories and not the good ones of Companies creating good job opportunities for young graduates.
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Jeremy Bosk on 05/11/2012(UTC)
Jeremy Bosk
Posted: 24 January 2013 19:27:16(UTC)
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Most countries are trying hard to attract graduate students of Science, Technology, Engineering and Management and keep them once they obtain their PhDs:

Global Race for STEM Skills
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