Graduate job market will be more difficult in 2009

by Editor 10/29/2008 3:02:00 PM
The graduate job market will be more difficult for students who leave university in 2009, writes the Economist. As a result, more graduates will probably opt for a gap year as the number of graduate jobs stops growing.

“In 1992, when unemployment reached its highest level since the early 1980s, more than 30 percent of students went straight back into higher education after graduating,” said Mike Hill, chief executive of Higher Education Careers Services Unit. Now, Hill believes that universities will witness a similar resurgence of postgraduate students who have put off their job hunting in the current market.

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