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The awards judging panel includes representatives from the National Union of Students, the Association of Graduate Recruiters and the Higher Education Funding Council for England.
The Association of Graduate Recruiters survey presents a less buoyant picture of recruitment, but suggests that sectors like engineering, energy and telecommunications are experiencing growth.
The survey, published by the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) predicts that a number of industries will have more vacancies available, with job openings in IT and telecoms expected to rise by 40%.
Carl Gilleard, chief executive of the Association of Graduate Recruiters, said the clearing process will be "more stressful than ever".
With the Association of Graduate Recruiters reporting that the number of applicants for every vacancy has surged to 70, the Class of 2010 are becoming more and more hesitant about appearing too keen to start their own business.
The Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) says the number of applications for every post has rocketed to 70 this year and number of available positions is down by seven per cent.
According to the Association of Graduate Recruiters, vacancies have fallen by seven per cent this year, leav ing 70 g raduates chasing every job position, and employers looking for a minimum 2:1 degree from applicants.
As research by the Association of Graduate Recruiters highlights that accountancy continues to provide the biggest share of the UK's graduate jobs, a leading Birmingham accountant is urging professional firms to give stronger focus to graduate retention as the region crawls out of recession.