Get a Job
- Published: Friday, 03 October 2014 13:24
- Written by Joseph
Here at NCUB we understand just how daunting it is finding your first job once graduating, we've joined forces with our business and university members to help provide you with the resources, advice and information you need to be well on your way to finding the right career for you.
There are so many options out there for UK students and recent graduates at the moment and graduate job vacancies have been predicted to rise by 17% which is great news if you're on the look out right now. We're here to help you get a job, get a placement and get advice and most of all we want you to get in touch with us and your peers to tell us how you're doing and if you need any more help.
Graduate Job Site and Graduate Schemes below
It's easy to look at the campus careers fair and think the only way to get a job is through a big company graduate scheme. But there are also loads of opportunities in smaller companies. About half of mid-sized business with 50-99 employees are hiring graduates. It's a great chance to get some exciting work done straight away in your first job. 10,000 companies grew 20% a year in the last three years. You could be part of these innovative, fast-growing businesses!
NB: Make sure you take a look at the Enternships website - they have worked with over 6500 startups and fast growing businesses, as well as international companies such as Telefónica's Wayra, Havas, EY, Financial Times, and Santander to unlock thousands of work placements, internships and jobs everywhere.
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And remember - you don't need to find just one job
With all the careers advice coming your way, you can start thinking that what you need to do is find the job you want to do for years straight away. Actually, employers like graduates who have a few jobs in their first few years after graduating. Businesses told us that what they really valued was flexibility - how can you adapt to a new situation quickly, so trying multiple jobs was a good sign. Remember, nobody has your unique overlap of skills expect you.
Graduate Job Sites
Job search sites specialising in graduate jobs (in alphabetical order)
These major businesses are NCUB members, find out more about working for them: (in alphabetical order)
NCUB is an independent and not-for-profit organisation. Our listings and advice are neutral and we won't try to sell you anything.