With graduate numbers increasing year on year, from 17 per cent in 1992 to 38 per cent in 2013, reports suggest that graduates are panicking over available jobs and making poor job decisions as a result. Many graduates take the first job offered, only finding that it later does not suit them. Thus, most of them find themselves moving from one job to another, or worse, withdrawing from multiple job offers at the last minute.
What graduates do not realise, however, is that their name will be remembered. This could be by a recruitment agency who put them forward for the position, or the employer themselves.