Graduate advertising & pr jobs in London 2019

graduate-jobs.com has found these Advertising & PR graduate jobs, schemes and internships in or near London. All opportunities are regularly updated as we are committed to finding you the very best roles to help you with your job search.

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    • What's the average salary for graduates in the Advertising & PR sector 2019?

      As of December 2019 the average starting salary for Advertising & PR graduates is £23,354. The average graduate starting salary in the UK in 2019 is £25,920.

      The latest graduate salary analysis 2019

      Avg salary:

      £23,354

    • When should I apply for a graduate job in Advertising & PR?

      During the past 12 months(2019), the most number of graduate jobs in the Advertising & PR sector were posted during October and November, so these may be the most strategic months to apply.

      The graduate recruitment calendar 2019

    • How hard is it to get a graduate job in the Advertising & PR sector?

      Based on our data, graduate-jobs.com would suggest that it's "relatively difficult" to get a graduate job in the Advertising & PR sector compared to some other industry sectors - December 2019.

    • Do I need a 2.1 to get a job in the Advertising & PR sector?

      Based on our data, we suggest there's a "strong likelihood you would" require a 2.1 in order to get a job in Advertising & PR - December 2019.

      Graduate jobs with a 2.1 or a 2.2

    • Where are the most graduate Advertising & PR jobs located in the UK?

      In the past 12 months (2019) the most Advertising & PR jobs posted to graduate-jobs.com were located in London and Leeds

    • Is Advertising & PR a popular career choice for UK students and graduates?

      The Advertising & PR sector does not appear in our Top 10 most popular sectors list for UK graduates. We don't consider it a popular career choice for graduates in the UK .

      Which are the most popular industry sectors for graduates today?

      Popularity:

      13th

      of 40 sectors

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