To a lesser degree

Smedley, Tim
September 2009
People Management;9/10/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 19, p24
The article discusses the condition prevailing in the recruitment sector where there are more graduates and less vacancies. It cites the willingness of graduates to search employment, accept lower salaries and reduced benefits and work for smaller companies. It indicates that more parents and students are investing more time and effort to check on the universities and degree courses that will lead to employment including the alternatives to university education. INSET: The curious case of the IT crowd.


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