Check out this interview with Direct Marketing Manager at OVO Energy for tips and advice on how to progress in your marketing career from university onwards.
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The UK digital sector, and the field of online marketing in particular, have flourished over the past few years. In this guide, I'll try and give newcomers looking for a job in digital marketing a helping hand by highlighting some of the things people like me love, and hate, to see in a CV and co...
With the number of available graduate jobs expected to reach a ten-year high, things are looking up for graduates. But bosses of Britain's top 100 employers are urging students to get some work experience before applying for roles.
True or false: graduates are under-skilled, unwilling to work and feel entitled to a job.
A marketing degree is one of the most versatile ways to enter the job world. Unlike more specialised fields of study, the field of marketing covers a wider range of industries and job types.
University will be one of the best times of your life, and the three years or so that you spend there will be looked back on with great fondness.
Stuck trying to get your foot in the door and gain some work experience? Internships are the perfect way to do this, although they can be tricky to find so take a look at these fantastic tips.
Understandably, many people find discussing salaries uncomfortable and embarrassing during an interview. However, most interviewers expect some bartering and, if it motivates you to put more into the job, it is worthwhile for both the applicant and the employer.