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A look over the dilemma facing developers hoping to boost their headcounts, and the solutions on offer

Analysis: The recruitment problem

In today’s blog post, Aardvark Swift recruitment manager and Search for a Star programme manager Hollie Heraghty offers an overview of the issues facing recruiters looking to harness the potential of the UK university system.

"We currently have a problem in the UK development industry," suggested Heraghty in her blog.

"Every year we have an increasing amount of computer games development graduates looking for entry-level positions, but they are finding it increasingly difficult to find a job," she added. "At the same time, UK studios are looking for entry-level programmers, but are struggling to find the graduates they require."

To read Hollie’s blog, and learn more about the Search for a Star contest, click here.

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