• Behind the Scenes: Young Professionals Photoshoot

    Our new issue of Impact is centred on success and power, so what better way to round out a successful year for the magazine and Nottingham students than with a professional-themed photoshoot? Read on to find out what happened behind the scenes.   The theme for this issue spans...
  • How the hours you spend on social media could help you land your dream job

    Job Today, the UK’s number one hiring app, specialises in helping many students and graduates find roles quickly and efficiently that either work around their studies or help launch their careers. The rise of social media has grown immensely in the last few years so Job Today have kept...
  • Breaking Stereotypes: Millennials and Generation Z

    On thinking about our futures, we as university students have it hard and possibly harder now than ever before. My time at University is drawing to a close as I begin the second term of my final year at Nottingham and I cannot help but feel as though I...
  • Nottingham graduates are experiencing a rise in average salary

    According to the Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data, graduates from the University of Nottingham are earning more than previous years. The data, published by the Department for Education, analyses 23 different subject areas to show how much higher education graduates are earning one, three, five and ten years since...
  • “Student loans last 52 days” – So what about the other 313???

    As Impact News recently reported, the average student will have drained their bank account by the time they reach the two-month mark. This fact will leave many shaking their heads in disapproval and putting this down entirely to the stereotypical financial irresponsibility of the student, but if we compare...
  • With an ever growing shortage of skilled workers, is it right that everyone should go to university?

    The day that Tony Blair decided that 50% of young people should go to university seems a very long time ago now, but sadly it is still all too relevant.  ‘Sadly’ because the horrifying statistic that nearly 25% of all 21 year-olds who have a degree are unemployed just...
  • Majority of graduates in non-graduate jobs

    58.8% of UK graduates are in jobs deemed to be ‘non-graduate’ roles according to a report by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). The CIPD has suggested that over-qualification has hit “saturation point”, with the number of graduates now having “significantly outstripped” the creation of high-skilled jobs....