Graduates

Graduates would benefit from office working, but proceed with caution

Sunak is right, graduates learn best in person, but don’t use it as ammunition for an early return to the office.

Quarter of grads have done unpaid internships

Research from the Sutton Trust has revealed that unpaid internships are rife, as a bill to ban those over a month long is brought to the House of Commons

Firms alienating young staff with lack of mental health support

?Young people entering the workplace feel let down by firms' attitudes to mental health, Business Disability Forum and YouthSight have found

Graduates fear unpaid internships affect job chances

One in three (27%) graduates are worried they will lose out on roles because they can't accept poorly-paid internships

Grad salaries frozen for almost a decade

?As university choices come into focus for young people across the UK, the outlook for the graduate job market is mixed

School-leavers believe apprenticeships are for 'under-achievers'

Misconceptions about apprenticeships are rife among UK students, according to research by Arch Apprentices

Employers offering more internships

?Companies are increasing their number of internships and are also likely to make job offers to interns, according to research

Job optimism falls among UK graduates

Only half are positive about securing a job, signalling issues with declining social mobility