2021 – A Look into the UK Graduate Labour Market

Times are changing for Early Careers Recruitment. Academic success doesn’t guarantee expertise in the workplace and with the rising cost of higher education, young people are considering alternative routes to their careers. Early engagement is key, as well as an attraction campaign that is catered to the needs and interests of the younger generation.

At our Early Careers Virtual Conference, Charlie investigates the Graduate Labour Market and how it has been affected in recent years. 

Topics Discussed
  • Which occupations and industries are seeing a surge in supply in demand
  • National and regional differences, including market declines
  • Impact on the way people work in the future
  • …and more!
Who Spoke

CHARLIE BALL

Head of Higher Education Intelligence
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