For graduates looking to launch a career in marketing and for those already working in the sector, the future is bright, says a survey: The EMR Salary and Market Trend Report 2016 uses the marketing industry’s performance of the past 12 months to forecast the sector’s future performance.
One of the great things about working in sales is the wide array of opportunities available. Every industry needs people who can secure new business or develop existing customer relationships, which is why your transferable sales skills are so valuable.
You’ve somehow seen it through your finals and donned your cap and gown. But what’s next? For many, summer means beaches and beer gardens but if you’re a recent graduate, it’s time to scour job ads and trainee schemes and secure yourself that first rung on the ladder. Here we profile just a handful of the many opportunities out there…
Article by the Morson Group
It’s a busy time in the nuclear industry and its gearing up to get even busier. With major decommissioning processes underway at Dounreay and Sellafield and up to five new build power stations in discussion, the sector desperately needs expert skills, knowledge and experience across a huge spectrum of nuclear roles. The problem is, they’re in short supply.
Not everyone has the time, money or inclination to go to university. But this doesn’t have to hold you back. We take a look at some of the roles available for school leavers sans degrees, and speak to some experts about how to approach job-hunting if this is the case for you.