Graduates face salary freezes and fewer jobs
- Local talent lifts Scotland's financial services industry to recovery. Smith, Amanda Newman // Money Marketing (Online Edition);9/19/2013, p48
The article reports on the findings of Change Recruitment's Financial Services 2013 Salary Survey, which reveal that the financial services industry in Scotland is showing signs of recovery, with permanent vacancies up by 34 per cent in 2013. The survey found the jobs market over the last six...
- Graduate vacancies down seven per cent since last year. // Education (14637073);7/9/2010, Issue 399, p4
The article discusses figures issued by the non-profit organization Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) indicating that job vacancies and starting salaries for university graduates in Great Britain have decreased compared to levels in 2009.
- National job recruitment faces slowdown. // Business Journal (Central New York);2/29/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p6
The article reports that according to the Leading Indicators of National Employment survey, national employment expectations in the U.S. decreased and recruiting difficulties continue to grow. The employment-expectations index dropped 18.3 points for manufacturing and 29.5 points for the service...
- Graduate pay and vacancies still buoyant. // People Management;7/14/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 14, p10
The article presents information on the AGR Graduate Recruitment Survey 2005, a study on the graduate recruitment market in Great Britain, from the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR). It says that the market seems unaffected by the economic slowdown. According to the findings, the median...
- EN BUSCA DEL EMPLEO DESEADO. // Nuestro Tiempo;abr-jun2013, Issue 679, p10
This article presents the experiences of two alumni of the Universidad de Navarra (University of Navarre) in Spain in their search for employment. Chema GonzÃ¡lez GullÃ³n, a broker at a Texas investment firm, emphasizes the importance of looking abroad for job opportunities and highlights...
- NEWS. // Adults Learning;May2009, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p6
The article reports on a study conducted by the University of Southampton which found that British college students overestimate their starting salaries by about 10 percent on average. Around 400,000 students are expected to graduate in the summer of 2009, but estimates have suggested that the...
- Firms look to future with intake of graduate talent. Nelson, Paul // Personnel Today;1/15/2002, p2
Reports the plan of businesses to hire fresh graduates in Great Britain. Job vacancies in the hotel and catering sectors; Prediction to increase the salary rate for fresh graduates; Decline in the recruitment of fresh graduates in electronics and electrical engineering sector.
- NORTH DAKOTA. Mahon, Joe // Fedgazette;May2004, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p12
Presents news briefs in North Dakota as of May 2004. Results of a survey on North Dakota State University graduates who find employment in the state; Opportunity for the state to export wheat to China.
- JOB GAINS: NYC VERSUS U.S. // Crain's New York Business;8/22/2005, Vol. 21 Issue 34, p3
This section focuses on the notable increase in employment opportunities in New York City. Overall job gains in New York City this year have matched national increases. Most encouraging in the local job gains was the resurgence of securities hiring.