Concerned about the changing labour market post-pandemic? 

With fifty-seven of the UK's one hundred leading employers recruiting fewer graduates than in 2019 or hiring no graduates at all in 2020, we need to look to the future for our 2021 graduates and the labour market they will be entering. How can we help and prepare students to secure a meaningful career? 

We are excited to welcome an expert panel to discuss how the changing world of work will be affecting universities and their students in 2021 and beyond.

Our panellists are all experts in the graduate labour market and are ready to answer the difficult questions facing upcoming graduates heading out into the work force.


UniHub Skills Webinar: Equip your students with a competitive edge

Wednesday 26th May | 11am



Charlie Ball

Charlie Ball: Senior Consultant: Labour Market Intelligence, JISC

I am the in-house specialist on the graduate labour market. I research and analyse all things to do with post-18 employment, including regional economies, skills supply and demand and postgraduate issues, usually with a careers and employability perspective.

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Shelagh Green: Director for Careers & Employability at the University of Edinburgh

Shelagh leads development and delivery of careers and employability for the diverse range of students from across the globe. Her team works with students, graduates, employers and university colleagues to empower and inspire students to make successful transitions to life beyond the University. Shelagh has over 20 years’ experience in careers and employability, building on previous experience work in out-placement and redundancy support. 

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Adam Powell: Director of Client Success, Symplicity

As a former Head of Employability, he managed a university careers service with institution-wide responsibility for employability, enterprise and graduate success. As Director of Skills within regional government, Adam worked with business and education leaders to develop innovative skills policy to support economic growth and future labour market needs.

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