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ISE Pulse Survey: employers fear inability to fill technical roles

25 January 2019   (0 Comments)
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The Institute of Student Employer's Pulse Survey 2019 has found that employers are becoming increasingly concerned for their ability to recruit sufficient numbers of graduates for technical roles as Brexit looms.

Graduate roles continue to dominate the entry-level market, however, the number of apprenticeships are growing more rapidly than graduate jobs.

Stephen Isherwood, chief executive of the ISE said "There are more routes into some of the country’s best jobs and apprenticeships continue to grow at pace, suggesting the government’s apprenticeship strategy is maturing and starting to have the desired effect."

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