Author Archives: Chris Flanagan

Graduates in the labour market – ONS Report

Yesterday (6th March), the ONS produced an update from the Labour Force Survey about graduates in the labour market, with the strapline “Recent graduates more likely to work in lower skill jobs than a decade ago”. The proportion of recent graduates … Continue reading

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What does 2012 hold for the jobseeking scientist?

Published in The New Scientist this week, Charlie Ball, Deputy Director of HECSU, writes that things are looking up for science graduates this summer: here’s one prediction for 2012 that is definitely going to be correct – the majority of … Continue reading

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Graduate Market Trends Winter 2012 edition

This issue’s interview gives us a fascinating insight into David Willetts’ views on the debates about preparation for entry into higher education and the socioeconomic role of the sector. Next, in ‘free to comment’ careers guidance policy expert Professor Tony … Continue reading

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Welcome

Welcome to the SEECC Careers & LMI blog – currently being developed so don’t be too harsh!

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