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.
Editor Mark King and Deputy Editor Laura Whitcombe from MoneyWise join Georgie in the studio to crown RBS as the least trusted financial provider, arm you with your rights when it comes to private parking fines and in funny money - find out more about the jumper guaranteed to last you thirty years!
Dan Hodges, Political Commentator at The Telegraph, joins Share Radio for his weekly discussion on the latest political and international stories. This week, he talks to Sandra and Mark about Calais' migrant crisis, Scotland's crown estate and the USA's new spy scandal.
Max Steinberg, the Chair of the international Festival for Business, offers Share Radio an insight into the newly launched report from Oxford Economics titled: 'Beyond the city: Britain's economic hotspots'. The report predicts a surge in UK productivity over the next five years.
We're all supposed to 'have a book in us somewhere'...but not many of us would be brave enough to self-publish. Well in this Careers Clinic, Georgie chats to one man who was, writer, broadcaster and former Ad man, Richard Phillips who launched his book , 'A Polaroid of Peggy', 10 days ago in a north-west London bookshop
It's being hailed as the new wonder and a life changer. This week is National Graphene Week, and Billy Bambrough's been speaking to James Baker, Business Director at the National Graphene Institute, and Ray Gibbs, CEO of Haydale, about the 'miracle material'.