A poll carried out by Milkround.com found that graduates believe there is a greater chance of being hired into permanent employment in these sectors, which may include sales recruitment, than in industries such as the arts and media.
Accounting and banking were also regarded by students as providing good employment prospects, said Milkround.com spokesperson Mike Barnard, with a third 35 per cent of those surveyed stating this.
"The state of the graduate jobs market has been widely discussed since the credit crunch. There are continued signs that the graduate jobs market is improving, but until Britain is in a strong financial position, the situation can change very quickly," he explained.
It comes after a study carried out by High Fliers noted that is vital that the UK's graduates have work experience if they are to enhance their chances of gaining employment, such as in sales recruitment.
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Posted by Nikki Barrister
Source: The Sales Executive News