Graduates are entering an increasingly competitive professional labour market and enhancing graduate employability is an increasing focus within higher education. This research considers the factors believed to lead to improved employability, students self-percieved employability and the employability-enhacing strategies that students and graduate job-seekers engage in to improve their employment prospects across a range of disciplines including urban and regional planning, ICT, business, and creative industries, and vocational training courses.
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