Overcome the graduate Catch-22
How do you get work in the field you studied for when employers want people with experience? Gareth Naughton reports
It is the age-old problem facing graduates: you have the skills, but employers want people with experience you can't get unless someone is willing to take a punt on you.
The situation has been worsened by recession. New graduates are competing for the same roles as people with a few years' experience in the workplace.
There is some hope, however, with a recent survey indicating ''cautious signs of optimism'' for the year ahead, according to...
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