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“NCUB- Who will take responsibility for the soft skills?”

Many higher education institutions are currently planning for a September intake whose entire university teaching experience could be almost completely taught online. Depending on subject and discipline this will be more or less of a challenge.

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The National Centre for Universities and Business
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“xyCareers.com – 5 tips for graduates searching for a job in the coronavirus pandemic”

You might think that graduates searching for a job during the coronavirus pandemic are up against an impossible task.

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xyCareers.com
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“Financial Times – Lessons for graduates entering a job market in crisis”

Graduates are facing an exceedingly tough jobs market. What can they do to ensure they stand out?

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Financial Times
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“CV Library – 5 tips for graduates searching for a job in the coronavirus pandemic”

You might think that graduates searching for a job during the coronavirus pandemic are up against an impossible task.

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CV Library
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“fe news.co.uk – Essential 10 tips for graduates searching for a job during the global pandemic”

Although most of the world may be in various states of lockdown at present, the job market has certainly not been put on hold.

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“fe news.co.uk – Graduate Coach Provides Career and Interview Coaching Online During Coronavirus Crisis”

Graduate Coach has announced that it will continue to offer a full selection of services online, including their highly rated one-to-one interview and career coaching, during this unprecedented lockdown.

Having successfully helped over 500 graduates progress to the career of their choice, Graduate Coach has a wide range of different services to help anyone land their dream career.

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“The HR Director – A lot of mortars under the bridge”

Last summer, 800,000 new UK graduates flooded the grad job market, most unaware of the firece competition they would face. The truth is, there is an overabundance of academically qualified graduates. The class of 2019 joined a pool of 1.2 million 2016-18 graduates who are still looking for graduate-level jobs and 300,000 international graduates who wish to work in the UK.

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The HR Director
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“Bude and Beyond – Why is it hard for graduates to get jobs these days?”

Nowadays graduating with a 2:1 or a 1st class degree alone is not enough to land a graduate-level job.

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Bude and Beyond
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“Silicon Republic – Finding it hard to get a graduate job? This could be why”

With ‘fierce competition’ for top roles, it can be a challenge to secure a graduate job in today’s market.

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Silicon Republic