How to bridge the employment gap faced by new graduates.

Georgina Braiser, "Jobs Expert" on the Board of Directors of Milkround, is sharing its advice to help graduates who are struggling to bridge the employment gap that many of you currently face ...

We've inspected more than 5,000 graduates to find out how you feel to get into the labor force ...

Money, money, money.We found that almost every third (27%) of you are concerned that you might lose the role of someone else who could afford to take a poorly paid internship. Since internships are a standard route into the labor force for alumni, if you cannot afford to support yourself as an intern, you can skip your role of sleep ..

Instead of choosing who is the best man to follow, financial circumstances dictate the fate of many alumni. This is a problem that needs addressing and quickly. Fortunately, many companies realize that, offering only unpaid internships, they may be missing on a great talent. Companies are beginning to take important steps to make changes to open the outlets for all that are not related to their financial situation ...

Great Expectations.

Although many graduates are unable to attend, it is encouraging that we are seeing an increase in the number of companies across the UK offering financial support to interns to address this problem. This support helps to cover the travel costs and travel expenses to assist those who are part of the labour force ..

We know that many of you are not looking for a lifetime of work, with 55 percent of what we said were planning to stay in their first role for less than two years. However, this does not mean that you are not ambitious and do not have high expectations and are correct. Many of you have high hopes for a successful career. 65% of you are sure and believe that you will work in the industry of your dream ...

If your needs are satisfied when it comes to flexible work, more than two thirds of the new graduates have said that they should remain in the role of up to 5 + years (more than 70%), and the impressive 27% will remain on more than 5 ..

It is interesting that more than three quarters (76%) of you also shared that training and mentoring would encourage you to stay in graduate school longer. It's not all about wages for seniors.  63% wanted flexible hours and almost half (48%) said the option to work from home would be the most attractive ...

The graduates already have a waiting list before they even fit into the office. Sixty-eight per cent of graduates called for more detailed job descriptions and 57 per cent said they would like to have an open line with their line manager since they accepted the offer of work ..

Expectations of more jobs and growing confidence are visible and are yet another indication of the willingness of your generational desire to go alone. In fact, more graduates than ever are involved in entrepreneurship and are ready to create their own businesses if they do not feel in their careers. 48% of men said they would be interested in creating their own businesses, and 39% of women said they would do so.  With such a show as The Apprentice emphasizes that being your own boss is possible, setting up your own business and working for yourself more not only for Richard Brunson of the world ..

Most of the desire to be entrepreneurs is based on the value you are currently engaged in personal values in career choice (35%), which further demonstrates the shift in modern attitude to work ..

We know that you may have struggled with the notion that people often think of you as a generation of hoppers who are uncommitted to your employer. However, our research shows that this is simply not the case. In fact, you know you want to go one step further and ask for it from your bosses ...

We love that you are loyal, but if you do not get support, many of you are comfortable to change jobs or even customize your own business and be your own boss ...

We see employers investing in expensive high-end schemes every year, only for new talent to leave when they are not given what they want. We want to encourage you and your employer to work together and manage expectations from both sides to find points of contact through open communication lines. Then you can build long-term relationships and thrim in your dream career ..

In case of doubt, just remember:

Don't push yourself. You can aspire to your dream, but be prepared to travel to get there. It's rare to get into the perfect role. This may be that you enter a dream company into another role and work your way into another business area ..

Try different things! Our research has shown that you want what you want and have ambitions, so do not be afraid to experience yourself in different roles or sectors ..

Search for internships that offer financial support. We want to actively encourage you to know your own values, and employers must also be very confident in what they offer ...

When you start a new job, make sure you know what the learning and development opportunities are. This has to be, given that the employer wants to support and expand his knowledge, so you don't have to worry about getting it back