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“Once in the habit, the youngsters would then be encouraged to sign up for more volunteering via a kind of milkround event with local charities.”
“Graduates job dip as companies cut 'milkround' recruitment fairs”
“Graduates job dip as companies cut 'milkround' recruitment fairs More university students 'studying near home to save money' in recession”
“The fundamental problem we have is that politics is a great career option for the venal and incompetent, the vainglorious and those student union marxists who were kicked off the milkround.”
“Stephen Blaketook this on his milkround just outside Bedford.”
“But do it because you want to, not because you turned up to a milkround and it seemed like the easy thing to do.”
“Matthew Hood, Civil service fast stream I suppose firstly because I chose something that wasn't a standard milkround option.”
“Rogue traders' costing householders thousands with 'botched' repairs Graduates job dip as companies cut 'milkround' recruitment fairs”
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