Job market in recovery but IT graduates struggle to get on ladder

Dawinderpal Sahota
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Employers are recruiting IT staff but taking on seasoned veterans, rather than graduates

Even though more than 25 per cent of UK companies plan to increase their headcount in 2011, meaning a significant rise in vacancies for IT roles, IT graduates are still struggling to secure employment....

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