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Graduates could benefit from electrical courses

Young people who have studied at university should aim to broaden their range of skills, according to one source, which may lead to increased interest in electrical courses.

Gerwyn Davies, public policy adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), noted that job hunters are facing increased competition from abroad.

He claimed that this is the result of the globalisation of the employment market, with people constantly needing to update their skills to get ahead of their rivals.

This situation could mean that some graduates decide to sign up for electrical courses, in order to show their varied expertise.

"Whereas perhaps in the past many graduates had graduated and stopped as though their work was done, the emphasis will now be on lifelong learning," he said.

His comments were made in response to a recent CIPD/KPMG labour market outlook survey, which indicated that 45 per cent of employers are finding that they have vacancies that are categorised as "hard to fill".

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