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Friday, March 22, 2013

TARGETjobs News Roundup


Hello, and welcome to our weekly graduate recruitment news roundup. This is where we tell you what career advice we have been writing about on our site this week.

But before we get started we have some exciting news: we are hiring!

We are looking for vibrant, motivated students looking to make their start in the publishing industry to join our editorial team this summer. This is a paid opportunity with lots of responsibility from the start. Interested? 


In other news:

This week we told you what interview questions to expect in the retail industry and how to answer them. If you want to ace your interviews, this is a must-read. 

If you’re currently searching for jobs and are willing to relocate, here is a list of where in the UK you are most likely to get a graduate job and, as an added bonus, what salaries to expect in each location. 

It’s nearly the end of Science & Engineering Week. Have a look at the jobs and work experience opportunities on our site to get a sense of where your career in science or engineering could end up. 

We also want to congratulate Citi for being the overall winner at the National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) award earlier this week. Its 10-week internship programme takes 200 graduates a year and last year 80% of them went on to a place on the graduate scheme. If you are evaluating your work experience options, this is a great one to consider. 

Let us know your opinion. Every week we publish a brand new poll asking you for your thoughts. This week we asked: What part of the graduate recruitment process do you most dread? Find the poll on our homepage, by scrolling down. 

And, as always, we conclude with the latest graduate job deadlines coming up soon. This week our deadline round-up covers two weeks, as we won’t be here next week L If you are applying for any of these jobs, best of luck from us – and don’t forget to use our career advice pages to help out with those applications.  

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