Graduates face salary freezes and fewer jobs

Scott, Anna
February 2009
People Management;2/12/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p9
The article presents the results of an employment survey conducted by the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR). The survey found that vacancies for graduates in Great Britain are set to decline for the first time since 2003 and starting salaries are anticipated to be frozen. It was also discovered that the banking and financial services sector are cutting wages by up to 8 per cent. Employers blame the recession for the drop in vacancies for graduates.


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