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Graduates less optimistic on job prospects than market suggests

March 17, 2015
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New research from the graduate jobs forum WikiJobsuggests that today’s graduates expect to apply for twenty jobs – or more – before they secure a work placement.

WikiJob surveyed over 1,000 of its forum users, who are all graduate job-seekers, and discovered that 45% of them believe […]

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The changing face of the International workforce

December 23, 2014
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In the last five years, a fifth (22%) of business owners say that the average age of their international workforce has increased, according to new research conducted by specialist international healthcare provider Expacare for the “Anatomy of an international business 2014-15” report.

With so many […]

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New research reveals one on seven employers unable to fill entry-level roles

December 3, 2014
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One in seven (15%) entry-level candidates unemployed in a given year (140,000 young people)
Majority of employers (70%) plan to increase entry-level recruitment in the next five years
Graduates account for only a third (33%) of those entering the labour market
Research by totaljobs.com […]

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Beware the generation stereotypes

November 11, 2014
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Research by Penna, the global HR services group, highlights how businesses may be ill-prepared for the future multigenerational workforce, as nearly half of managers (49%) said they tend to take exactly the same approach to management with all of their employees – regardless of age.

With the Future […]

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