FESTIVE SALES JUMP FOR ‘HOW TO GET A GRADUATE JOB IN A RECESSION’ – HAVE YOU GOT YOUR COPY YET?
Sales of How to Get a Graduate Job in a Recession – the book by this website’s founder Tanya de Grunwald – have jumped just before Christmas, suggesting that more graduates than ever are anxious to get their job hunt off to a good start early in the new year.
In previous years, sales of Tanya’s first careers book ‘How to Get a Graduate Job in a Recession’ dived in December, as graduates opted to postpone thinking about their job hunt until after the festive season.
But this year, something has changed – and sales have doubled since November. Does this suggest that graduates are less willing (or less able?) to ‘switch off’ their concerns about job hunting until January? Or perhaps they are asking for the book as a Christmas gift?
Last week we reported how young people are feeling the pinch this December, with many unable to afford Christmas presents for their friends and family – and struggled to find the funds for travel costs to festive gatherings. What do you think – are graduates more anxious this Christmas than they have been in past years?
*ARE YOU FEARFUL ABOUT BEING UNEMPLOYED IN JANUARY?
Will you be able to relax and enjoy Christmas this year? Or do you have niggling worries about finding work in the new year?
How to Get a Graduate Job in a Recession is only £9.99, including free delivery within the UK. And remember, we’re so confident you’ll find it helpful that if you don’t land a job after reading it, you can return it for a full refund! The book has been on sale since June and we still haven’t had a single copy returned…