To mark the launch of Prospects' annual What do graduates do? report, the graduate careers expert is hosting two exclusive events for media agencies, recruiters and employers
Taking place in London and Manchester, the free two-hour breakfast seminars are designed to help those involved in the recruitment of graduates develop more informed strategies.
Presented by graduate labour market expert and Head of Higher Education Intelligence at Prospects, Charlie Ball, they will offer insight to trends in graduate destinations as well as explore challenges such as skills shortages, reducing graduate numbers and Brexit.
Sarah Brookes, Marketing Director at Prospects said, 'These events will bring delegates up to speed with the latest data on the type of roles graduates are going in to, the regions they are working in, salary levels and much more. They will help recruiters better understand where they can access talent and specific skills, so they can target and plan more successfully.'
To secure a place, register attendance by Friday 27 October 2017:
- London - Tuesday 7 November.
- Manchester - Wednesday 15 November.
What do graduates do? is an annual publication published by Prospects in collaboration with the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services for the Higher Education Careers Services Unit. The 2017 report launches on 24 October, offering a comprehensive picture of the destinations of last year's 316,690 UK domiciled first degree graduates in January 2017 - six months after they had left university.
- Clare Tregaskis, press officer: 0161 277 5285
- Sarah Brookes, marketing director: 0161 277 5327