Research carried out by the Machtech Group shows that 80 per cent of graduates regret not taking more time to attend sessions on developing their interview skills, augmenting their CV and improving their general job-hunting prowess.
According to the figures, graduate jobseekers, including sales recruitment hopefuls, feel that universities should work more closely with employers to let university students know what is expected of them in the recruitment process.
The figures showed that 61 per cent of the graduates surveyed were currently in employment, with a quarter of this proportion in non degree-related roles.
It comes after research carried out at Cambridge University and seen by Recruiter magazine showed that university students are now beginning to seek advice about potential careers much earlier than they were ten years ago.
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