A recent MORI poll of 2000 graduates, in conjunction with the Association of Graduate Recruiters, shows that graduates are becoming increasingly powerful and demanding.

This is evidenced by the 7% ...

A recent MORI poll of 2000 graduates, in conjunction with the Association of Graduate Recruiters, shows that graduates are becoming increasingly powerful and demanding.

This is evidenced by the 7% that expect a `golden hello' and by the 20% who felt sufficiently confident to reject a recent job offer.

The poll also showed that the class of 2000 expects to walk into a job, and that they have no employer loyalty. A third do not expect to stay with their first job for more than a year or two.