From hangovers to hard work - students get prepared for employment

From hangovers to hard work - students get prepared for employment

Students are feeling the pinch of a tough job market and are pulling their socks up, with over a third (36%) of the UK’s most recent graduates attempting to boost their employability since starting university.

Research by Nominet, which runs the '.uk' domain, revealed that students are ditching the nightclubs for networking, spending on average four hours a week on activities to boost their employability, equivalent to 208 hours a year.

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