A survey by Universum has concluded that students are attracted to the big four professional services and global banks ahead of the likes of Google. Joao Araujo of Universum and Louisa Harrison-Walker, Director at Benchmark Recruitment, speak to Billy Bambrough about how the world's biggest corporates attract young talent.
Sarah Pennells is joined by personal finance reporter at the Telegraph, Kate Palmer and guests from Money Advice Service, SplittableUK and The Energy Shop to discuss splitting household bills in shared accomodation.
Kate Palmer, Nick Katz, Adam Wells, Joe Milanowski
Sarah Pennells talks about the new pensions freedoms introduced in April, that allow people to more easily access their pensions. To help discuss this issue Sarah is joined by John Lawson, head of retirement at Aviva, Jamie Jenkins, head of pension strategy at Standard Life, Claire Walsh, chartered financial planner at Aspect8 and Malcolm Tarling, from the Association of British Insurers.
John Lawson, Claire Walsh, Jamie Jenkins, Malcolm Tarling
Sarah Pennells is joined today by Joe MIlinowski, from The Energy Shop, Guy Thompson, from My Utility Genius and Dr Stelios Koundouros, from BillMonitor, to discuss how people can save money on mobile phone and energy bills.
On todays show, Sarah Pennells discusses tax for young people, if they need to pay it, are they paying the right amount and how do they check. To help Sarah Claire Thackerberry, the main technical officer from the tax guide for students and Chris Eccles from Employment for Students
Sarah Pennells is joined by telegraph finance journalist Nicole Blackmore to discuss how to make the most of your money using money saving apps with guests from mySupermarket, Voucher Cloud and Student Money Saver.
Charlotte Burns, Ben Harrow, Nicole Blackmore, Terri Witherden
Sarah Pennells is joined by the Telegraph personal finance journalist Katie Morley, founder of Blackbullion and co-founder of RedSTART to discuss some of the problems people face with paying back student loans