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Graduates, have your say at the Infrastructure Show

The current path of graduate careers in civil engineering has never been under greater threat as budget-cutting employers are tempted to take the easy option and cut from the bottom.

This is the main focus of a hard-hitting debate to be held at NCE’s Infrastructure Show next Wednesday when, as an industry first, students and graduates will be invited to express their own views on how the profession should treat them.

A panel of industry leaders, plus last year’s top three NCE Graduate Award winners, will head up the seminar in the ‘airport hub’ of the Birmingham NEC show. The debate starts at 11.30 – just minutes before government reveals its long awaited spending public spending review.

Anyone involved in graduate recruitment – and especially civils students and graduates interested in their own futures – are invited to this open debate to voice their own hopes and fears. Visit for show details and to pre-register for free entry.

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