Prospects' summer edition of Graduate Market Trends (GMT) launches today (10 August) with a focus on gender in graduate recruitment and careers.
Inside the latest edition, experts share the latest data on the gender pay gap and reveal the impact of appearance on graduate careers advice and recruitment.
In addition, gendered language is explored in relation to male-orientated entrepreneurship education and Anne-Marie Canning, director of widening participation at King's College London, gives her perspective on social mobility.
More general graduate labour market issues and themes are also explored in GMT, including a data-rich view of graduate internships and degree fraud, as well as a view of the seismic shifts in the higher education landscape.
Sarah Brookes, marketing director at Prospects said, 'Graduate Market Trends is our quarterly round-up of the latest trends influencing higher education and graduate careers, combining the latest data with informed opinion. If you work in graduate recruitment or help students on to the career ladder then this is a must-read.'
Prospects' Summer GMT is available to view at prospects.ac.uk.