COVID-19: global impacts on graduate recruitment

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Author: Hooley, Tristram


Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is having a profound and damaging impact on the global economy. Many countries are reporting dramatic rises in levels of unemployment. There is concern that these changes are having a disproportionate impact on young people. This report explores how these economic changes are impacting on graduate recruitment in 21 countries. Findings are based on responses to an international call for evidence about the graduate labour market under COVID-19. Respondents to the call were typically chief executive officers (CEOs) or heads of research from employer...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Students; Youth; Labour market

Keywords: Economic conditions; Economic impact; Employers; Recruitment; Graduates; Transition from education and training to employment; Entry into working life; Youth transitions

Geographic subjects: Australia; Belgium; Canada; Denmark; England; Finland; Great Britain; Hong Kong (China); Ireland; Italy; Malaysia; Netherlands; New Zealand; Northern Ireland; Poland; Saudi Arabia; Singapore; Slovakia; South Africa; United Arab Emirates; United States; Vietnam; Africa; Asia; Europe; Middle East; North America; Oceania

Published: [London, England]: Institute of Student Employers, 2020

Physical description: v, [16] p.

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Also called: Coronavirus Disease 2019: global impacts on graduate recruitment

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 142.127

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