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What skills are employers looking for, and how can international students prove they′ve got them?

Employers often refer to the skills gap when talking about hiring new graduates. This is the difference between the skills employers would like their employees to have and what skills employees have. The way to bridge this gap is to understand not only what graduate employers are looking for, but how your current skills match this and how you can increase your experience to meet their expectations.

International student website Study International highlight the top skills employers are looking for in the graduates they employ. Today we’re looking at how international students and graduates can use their international status to showcase these skills and how to gain further experience that will show employers that you mean business!

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By Jen Garmston Published: September 13, 2019

UK employers are seeking foreign graduates to fill the skills gap in finance and tech jobs

According to the latest research, technical sectors such as finance, data and analysis are showing a substantial shortage of British graduates. Therefore, companies looking at talent from abroad to fill gaps, according to Emolument, a salary benchmarking website, analysed data from 32,000 establishments.

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By Independent
Published: May 24, 2016

Apple opening new office in India to develop Apple Maps, creating up to 4000 jobs

In a press release, Apple has announced it is opening a new development office in Hyderabad, India. The new center will create up to 4000 new jobs in the local economy.

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By 9to5MAC
Published: May 24, 2016

Job security top priority for Indian millenians: ManpowerGroup Survey

According to ManpowerGroup Survey as many as  94% of those born between 1980 and 1995 prioritise job security when looking for work,

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By ManpowerGroup
Published: May 24, 2016

Randstad Award 2016: Google India crowned the most attractive employer

Google India emerged as the winner of the 6th edition of Randstad Award 2016 for the second consecutive year and was awarded the ‘Most Attractive Employer’ in India, followed by Mercedes–Benz India as the runner-up.

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By The Financial Express
Published: April 28, 2016

Employment in enterprises grows 38%, number of companies 42% in India

NEW DELHI: The sixth Economic Census has found that employment in Indian enterprises grew 38.13% in 2013 from 2005 even as the growth in the total number of establishments in the country was higher at 41.75%. 

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By The Economic Times
Published: April 08, 2016

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