The Cost of COVID – Effects on the Graduate Labour Market

We’ve never experienced a year like this before, but what is the impact in the short and long-term on the graduate market? Revealing the latest data and insight, Charlie dissects the relationship between higher education and the wider economy along with the demand for entry-level staff and graduate movement in the UK.

At our In-house Recruitment Live Virtual one-day conference and exhibition, Charlie Ball from Prospects, Jisc talks us through the latest insights – as a labour market expert, Charlie produces, analyses, interprets and disseminates labour market intelligence.

Topics Discussed
  • Are there any jobs for graduates?
  • If so what jobs are out there? Which industries? Which locations?
  • What are people expecting to happen next?
  • What will change as a result of COVID-19 for graduates and graduate job-seekers?
Who Spoke

Charlie Ball

Head of Higher Education Intelligence
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