The fourth and final edition of Graduate Career for 2012 is free with The Times yesterday with a focus on technology.
Produced in association with graduate recruitment website Milkround, the November issue also includes a spotlight on graduate career opportunities in East Anglia along with the usual blend of informative features about student living and the graduate jobs market.
Read about careers in renewable and nuclear energy plus how the European Space Agency¹s annual graduate programme needs engineering, physics, biology, medicine and business graduates together with lawyers.
There is also an interview with Professor Stephen Hoskins of the University of the West of England Bristol outlining why teaching design is important for British business, and how recent graduates looking to set up a technology business can get into the industry with funding.
Find out why last year more than one in five first year undergrads dropped out of university and the number is expected to rise further for 2012, which councils are actively working with graduates to help them find work and how to clean up your social media web trail so it doesn¹t stop you getting hired by savvy recruiters.