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Graduates prioritise progression opportunities over salary or work-life balance when choosing a career, a new survey from graduate jobs forum WikiJob reveals.
Many girls believe engineering is a job for boys, according to a survey of 12-17-year-olds published today by Network Rail. Engineering is second only to the construction industry in struggling to overcome the gender divide, the survey found.
Unemployment rate has become stagnant in the first four months of 2015, at 5.58Percent in April compared to 5.60 percent in January. However, unemployment set to fall away much more rapidly in next three months, with current hiring patterns meaning Adzuna forecasts an unemployment rate of 5.04Percent in July.
"Reading the pensions proposals within the major parties manifestos, anyone earning over £150,000 pa would be forgiven for wondering what they had done wrong.
The HR Director - Women in leadership - The UK may have avoided quotas but is the progress just tokenism?Sat, 02 May 2015 0
A new report on global diversity in the boardroom from INAC, an international network of executive search consultancies, has found that while progress on the gender divide is being made - only five percent of the world's largest corporations are women.