The outlook for the graduate job vacancy sector in the employment industry appears to be promising as surveys predict that it may rise as much 9%. Almost 200 employers who are actively involved in hiring graduates, took part in a recent survey conducted by the Association of Graduate Recruiters. The survey also showed some promising news on the salary front as salaries were expected to increase almost 2.0 % from the previous year. This is the first increase that has been seen in the last five years, since salaries increases have practically stalled. The average salary is now expected to be £26,500.In all of the sectors with a graduate job vacancy, the construction industry appeared to have the highest potential, with vacancies expected to rise by almost 80%, while vacancies are expected to decline by 27% in the Finance and Banking sector. It should come as no surprise that the preferred location for graduate jobs is still London.All of this can be promising news for newly minted graduates. The renewed level of optimism expressed by the employers, demonstrates some confidence in the business environment, as they are appear to be ready to hire graduates, despite the economical uncertainty that exists around the globe.There are several options available to jobseekers in the UK who may be looking for a graduate job vacancy. Your search should begin with a properly prepared CV and an appropriate cover letter, before becoming immersed in job search activities.You may even begin planning your search activities while still enrolled, as many institutions offer training programs for graduates that lead to permanent positions. The programs usually start in July through September and can last for up to three years, and provide excellent training into permanent graduate level employment. Recruiters are also an excellent resource for graduates, but some knowledge of the recruitment industry is necessary as there a various types and they operate differently and they may not all suit your purpose.There are some recruiters that work only with graduates, while others cover the entire or larger sections of the job market. Some work only in specific regions while, others can cover the globe as the larger firms may be interconnected with offices around the world. Some may require payment from the job-searcher, while others are contracted by employers. If you reside outside of the UK and are trying to find work in Britain, you can contact the UK border agency, who maintain a list of organizations that can sponsor and offer graduate jobs.When dealing with these sponsors, a lot or research and due diligence is required, as they may often require what can appear to be exorbitant fees, in return for sponsorship, and many may actually turn out be scams. Even at the graduate level, finding a job is not something that should be taken lightly, and it is necessary to plan and remain proactive. With the improved outlook for graduates in 2013 it appears, that the process may be a bit easier as employers are still willing to place much value on the skills and talents that graduates are able to provide.