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Andrew  Sissons

Bad news for graduates but worse for those without degrees

Posted By Andrew Sissons

01 November 2010

A career guide for graduates entitled What do graduates do? hit this morning’s headlines for its findings on what graduates don't do....


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Innovation and cooperation – the answers to the Spending Review?

Posted By Andrew Sissons

22 October 2010

On the morning after the biggest spending cuts in living memory have been announced, convening a panel of principal partners from the public, private and voluntary sectors isn’t exactly a recipe for sweetness and light. Strange, then, that we should come away from The Work Foundation’s Public Policy Exchange Forum meeting on the Spending Review armed with a range of positive ideas for leading Britain out of recession.

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Osborne’s Omens: private boom or double dip?

Posted By Andrew Sissons

18 October 2010

After a week of mixed news on the state of the economy, the Government is set to announce the results of the Comprehensive Spending Review on Wednesday....

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Graduates - you need to think as well as do

Posted By Andrew Sissons

08 October 2010

Simon Jenkins today extols the virtues of manual work in his article Graduates shouldn’t be afraid of the chisel and oil can. While he is right to say that working with one’s hands can be a rewarding and fruitful venture, his suggestion that graduates should abandon their cerebral career aspirations in favour of more traditional crafts is badly mistaken.

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