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Online technology can help university graduates widen their choice of potential employers and increase their options, it has been claimed.

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23 June 2008
 
Online technology can help university graduates widen their choice of potential employers and increase their options, it has been claimed.

According to Jayne Rowley, publishing director for Graduate Prospects, social networking in particular can be a useful source of leads for jobs.

She added: "As the social networks extend their reach in to professional areas, the Facebook generation will feel entirely comfortable engaging with employers in this way in the future."

Ms Rowley went on to say that the more online resources a graduate can become familiar with, the greater choice of jobs they can give themselves.

Research carried out by the Higher Education Statistics Agency indicates postgraduate enrolments increased by three per cent and undergraduate enrolments increased by one per cent between 2006 and 2007.

The organisation also found the total number of higher education enrolments at UK institutions was 2,362,815 last year, a one per cent increase on 2006.


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