Mon 1 November 2010, The Independent

Class of 2009 victims of 17-year high in graduate unemployment

By Richard Garner
Unemployment among Britain's graduates is at its highest level for 17 years, according to figures released today. They show that more than one in 12 (just over 21,000 or 8.9 per cent) of those who left university in the summer of 2009 were still unemployed six months later. In addition, more than one in three of those who found work – 48,000 – are in stopgap rather than graduate jobs.
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