Graduate news – the learning curve


A round-up of property news and comment for school leavers and graduates 

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An Estates Gazette guide packed with lessons for employers and employees alike

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The five most sought-after roles in property

How I got where I am today

Six of property’s leading lights explain how they got to the top

The industry’s best graduate schemes

Is your company on the list?

The best places to work on planet property

Seven UK cities and three global cities with the hottest job opps


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Something for everybody

The top 50 places to network to get ahead in property, from sport to parties to memberships and conferences

How to get to the top

Simple rules form Tim Hartley at Odgers Berndtson to ensure you’re boardroom ready

The best people in property to work for

From developers to agents to architects to housebuilders, we’ve compiled the most respected


LAW: Estates Gazette‘s pathway to success series on APC competencies


• LAW: Student accommodation: from grime to prime

Roland Smyth charts the evolution of student accommodation into a new asset class

• COMMENT: Graduates – don’t rush your career

The best bit of advice and the biggest dilemma each graduate will have, according to Alistair Elliott

EG LIFE: Recruitment – welcome to the real world

Recruitment It is the season when young people swap university for their first proper job. This year some of the larger agents have been looking for more graduates than ever before

• COMMENT: Alistair Elliot

Don’t rush your career, take time to specialise

COMMENT: EG editor Damian Wild

How Deloitte is showing the way when it comes to helping its graduates get a housing foothold in London

RISING STARS: Who are the hottest people in property right now?

15 of the most exciting under 35-year-olds rocketing through the property industry ranks

COMMENT: Rob Joslin, co-founder Capstone Recruitment

Why we need to find, and keep, those rising stars

• GLOBAL REAL ESTATE DEBATE: The biggest threat to London’s next generation

The soaring cost of housing is perhaps the biggest threat to London’s economy

• VIDEO: From the archives (2012)

In a tough market what do employers looks for in graduates? 


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