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At one time, the best way to find a job was to open up your local newspaper. Now, it’s all about the internet.
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British Airways’ cadet training programme is in its third successful year and with just a week to go until applications close, the airline is appealing for more female applicants.
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Now in its thirtieth year, the Business Startup Convention is the United Kingdom’s premier exhibition for anyone thinking about starting their own business or expanding their existing one.
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Erasmus+, the EU’s new programme for education, training, sport and youth, will provide more opportunities for students and staff in Eastern Partnership countries to study or train in the European Union – and vice versa.
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A UK lawyer who specialises in employment law has issued a warning after two new employment tribunal rulings centred on inaccurate CVs.
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The number of graduates choosing to work for themselves fresh out of university – rather than becoming employees – has more than doubled in the past year.
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New research shows that nearly four in every five graduates looking to begin their career have work experience.
A high-level panel at the International Labour Conference analyzed some of the key issues affecting the global economy and the role that the world of work can play in helping to achieve a sustainable recovery.
Graduate job applications are becoming sharper and more targeted as university-leavers realise the importance of improving their employability – or ‘E-Factor’.
More than 1600 exchanges have so far been organised under the Erasmus for Young entrepreneurs programme and some 3200 businesses have been created or expanded.
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This sports business seminar provides an invaluable opportunity to learn about numerous careers in sports and network with professionals currently working within the sports industry.
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The University of Cambridge Judge Business School’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning will be bringing its experiences, gained from the ‘Cambridge Phenomenon’, to share with others at this event.
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New research shows how gender roles impact everything from marriage rates, to household chores, to how much a married woman works outside of the home.
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Just like a CV, a good cover letter is essential when looking for work, especially as most employers only spend approximately half a minute casting an eye over each job application.
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The European Commission has adopted a programme to support cooperation with the Eastern Partnership countries in the field of youth.
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The EU has met social partners on contributions to boost growth and combat joblessness. The EU''s employment target of 75% by 2020 is clear so measures targeting employment have to be everyone''s top priority.
PwC is hosting a series of skills sessions and seminars on UK university campuses in a bid to show students how they can boost their chances of reaching their career goals.
Graduates are urged to sign up to become a charity trustee and gain new skills and work experience that will help them win jobs in the future.
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations was founded in 1948. Since then, the PR industry has continued to thrive and offers a variety of job opportunities.
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The French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) is recruiting 51 Junior Research Scientist, for which candidates are invited to apply between 26 January and 28 February 2012.
Zeitgeist ‘Young Minds’ has been launched - a competition to find 10 pioneers, change-makers and leaders of tomorrow aged 18 – 24, across Europe, Middle East and Africa
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Now in its tenth year, the Innovact Campus Awards are again challenging Europe’s most innovative students, young researchers and entrepreneurs to demonstrate that their start-up is the most innovative and daring!
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The European Institute of Innovation and Technology will step up its efforts to drive innovation and entrepreneurship in the EU with the creation of six new cross-border innovation hubs, known as Knowledge and Innovation Communities.
Up to 5 million people could get the chance to study or train abroad with a grant from Erasmus for All, the new EU programme for education, training, youth and sport proposed by the European Commission.
According to a recent report, Britain’s failing schools are ''forcing UK firms to choose foreign workers'' who are hard working, punctual and have a more positive attitude.
According to a recent survey, the vast majority of graduate jobseekers are overlooking job opportunities within SMEs, despite the clear benefits to working within these organisations.
The UK’s largest IT graduate employer, FDM Group, has welcomed the revelation that graduate job prospects appear to be improving.
Information and training sessions to help Europe’s young people find high quality and sustainable jobs and promote youth entrepreneurship are currently being organised at job fairs across the EU.
Employers examine a job applicant''s previous experience before looking at any other part of their CV, according to new research conducted by outplacement specialist Connect.
As youth unemployment reaches a record high, the scope for graduates to be duped by graduate scheme scams has widened considerably. FDM Group is seeking to combat the problem by offering graduates top tips for avoiding employer scams.
PeoplePerHour.Com reveals figures and case studies showing how young people in the UK are facing up to the challenges of the most difficult jobs market in a generation - by becoming more entrepreneurial.
A new study shows that using the internet to look for a job reduces the time spent unemployed by an average of 25%.
Hill & Knowlton’s Graduate Programme is now open. The application process will run until Friday 28th October 2011 and successful candidates will start in January 2012.
Network Rail have been crowned the best firm for graduates to work for, as voted by university leavers at British companies. The firm was rated top, followed closely by Mars and Microsoft.
Young campaigners tackle the issues of youth unemployment. Each Battlefront campaign has a celebrity backer; previous campaigners have included Jason Derulo & Alexandra Burke.
Recent announcements by some of the UK’s leading employers of increased numbers of places on graduate recruitment schemes, shows a sign of prosperous times ahead.
New research reveals that women are breaking through the ‘glass ceiling’ and have increasing employment opportunities, particularly in terms of career advancement and remuneration.
An estimated 1.5 million UK staff will work within the e-commerce industry within the next four years according to new research from IMRG and eDigitalResearch.
ASK Europe plc, has launched a guide designed to help graduates secure their first role in the job market, including top ten questions to ask in an interview.
INRA, the leading agricultural research institute in Europe, is recruiting researchers worldwide. The deadline for applications is September 1, 2011.
More London firms are hiring as normal and fewer are resorting to redundancies compared with six months ago, as companies are cautiously optimistic about business prospects.
Adecco Group, the UK’s largest recruiter, has announced it is launching a graduate recruitment programme with up to 80 places available this year.
The UK economy lost 190 million working days to absence last year, with each employee taking an average of 6.5 days off sick, according to recent survey.
A new survey reveal that 60% of recent graduates have not found a graduate job and 73% of graduates would consider moving abroad to find work.
Recent research highlights the shocking statistic that 40% of last year’s UK graduates are under-employed in low skilled jobs.