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Chinese graduates are being encouraged by the government to work for non-public companies to boost employment and promote the private economy.
The Ministry of Education on Friday promised to break down barriers so graduates can find jobs in private firms. 117 more words
University students and others set to graduate in spring 2015 cannot be overly optimistic during this year’s job hunting season, which officially started Sunday, as companies are generally willing to take on more new hires due to signs of economic recovery but major firms remain highly selective. 74 more words
The college labor market is improving, up 3 percent from last year for all degrees. Strong demand for accounting, marketing, computer science, engineering, human resources, public relations, and the inclusive “all majors” group will increase hiring for Bachelor’s degrees by 7 percent. 552 more words
Almost half of graduates in the UK are working in non-graduate roles, a report published by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has found.
The number of graduates from the past five years working in jobs such as sales assistants and care workers has risen to 47%. 1,341 more words
According to a new report, there are four major flaws in organisational recruitment processes that frustrate graduates.
The study, by Talent Q, asked over 500 graduates and undergraduates about their experience of applying for jobs, whilst at or soon after leaving university. 120 more words