Each year the Higher Education Authority releases data which analyses the first destination of university graduates. 2017 sees the 35th edition of this data, from a survey of over 18,500 students with qualifications between levels 8-10. This year's data shows that the amount of graduate jobs on offer continues to rise.
Thomas Delahunt of accounting firm JPA Brenson Lawlor. talks about what his internship has done for him in terms of career choices
There are a broad range of career opportunities available for the graduate class of 2016. But those starting out on their career path need to be aware of how the business landscape has changed in order to take best advantage of it. We talk to Julie Ryan of the Irish Management Institute about what graduates can expect in 2017.
When graduating from college and entering into a competitive workplace, it can be a challenge to have to make your way through a work placement on low pay, or perhaps nothing at all, after years of doing the same in college. But with a bit of careful planning, looking at the best ways of keeping costs down and with a little earning on the side you can make it manageable.