ICT jobs seem to be a bit thin on the ground thus far.. On my course, 3 of us now have jobs. We've all been up against non specialists in the interviews, and still been able to secure a post. Now, that may be because we're cheap, before you suggest that one.. but it does suggest that some good ICT grounding is still important. I am wondering if schools are starting to look to see, with the possible and promissed freedoms from the NC coming along soon, if they can teach a variety of specs and courses, and they want to make sure they have some people in who could aid that curriculum development. We'll see. I am just really excited to be going to a school in September where I get to do what I've been training to do - started to think the chances may not be there this year.. But I am still worried for the rest of the group, as, like I said at the start, ICT jobs are thin on the ground so far..