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Graduate Advertising and Media and Journalism Jobs

date_icon_black28 Dec 2018
currency_icon_black£18,000 - £22,000
date_icon_black28 Dec 2018
currency_icon_black £18,000 - £22,000
BrighterBox is a new kind of careers platform, connecting recent graduates with the coolest careers in London.
date_icon_black16 Oct 2018
location_icon_blackAldgate, London
currency_icon_black21,500, OTE of £30k+
date_icon_black16 Oct 2018
location_icon_blackAldgate, London
currency_icon_black 21,500, OTE of £30k+
They are a leading media group for the social age, focused on delivering high quality content to their ever growing audience of over 45 million follow
Co-op offers a different approach to big business; one that’s down to earth and straightforward. Across our multiple areas, from food to insurance, our 70,000 people work together to make our decent, fair, ethically and morally strong business succeed."
Haymarket is the world’s best specialist media company, creating content for digital, mobile, print and live events across our portfolio. Our market-leading brands help their audiences when it really matters - from buying a car to changing jobs."
WPP is the world's largest communications services group, with more than 160 across advertising, PR, branding and identity, healthcare communications, digital, eCommerce and specialist communications. Hard work and flair is how we create success. "
About Us: City Internships simplifies intern recruitment by connecting students with internship programs across the globe, ensuring all participants improve their career prospects and become more commercially and culturally aware. Our int…
Imagination is a global tech leader whose products touch the lives of billions of people across the world. Whether your background is in electronics, maths, physics or IT, with us you can play an integral part in driving our technologies forward."
If you’re looking for a career that is inspiring, progressive and challenging – you’ll love being part of the Arqiva team. We’re the people behind the scenes who make connections happen by helping millions of voices to reach billions of eyes and ears through Televsion, radio, mobile and WiFi."
Funded primarily through the television licence fee, the BBC gives audiences in the UK high quality and distinctive services across television, radio as well as online. Find out more about our careers opportunities and be part of something special."
Savillis is a global real estate services providers, with an international network of more than 700 offices. Each site is sociable, friendly with a healthy work-life balance. All we ask from our employees is that you always bring your A game. "
We are one of the leading European players in Digital Transformation, helping our clients to address their most critical and complex business challenges.
Buchanan Search was founded in 2013 by James Baker, who brought over 10 years of recruitment and executive search experience to the firm.
RedTusk was established with the overriding objective to deliver high performing sales personnel to some of world’s most exciting businesses.   We recruit across the North of England, London, and the Southwest and we have also on occasio…
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HELPING YOU FIND A CAREER IN Advertising and Media and Journalism

Advertising and media and journalism graduates are responsible for how we see the world, shaping our views on a huge amount of issues. There are loads of graduate advertising and media and journalism jobs available at TheBigChoice - browse through the site to find out what they are.

How much can I earn as a Journalist?
Salaries for journalists can vary widely from company to company and across different roles but starting salaries tend to range between £15,000 and £26,000, but can be as low as £12,000 for some roles. With experience salaries can be anywhere between £18,000 and £65,000+ (for top Editors). Many young people work in unpaid or minimum wage internships or entry-level jobs to gain experience and help get a fully paid position. People working as freelance journalists get paid a variety of fees depending on their experience and ability. For example magazine journalists earn an average of £700 per £1,000 for a large magazine, or £420 for a smaller magazine.

For more rates visit the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) website. These figures are intended as a guide only.
What qualifications do I need to be a Journalist?
Graduates from all degree backgrounds can progress in to a journalism career. Postgraduate study is not essential but, in the extremely competitive journalism jobs market, a postgraduate qualification can put you at an advantage. In fact in Broadcast Journalism it is the most common route into the profession. Many institutions offer postgraduate courses accredited by the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) and the Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC) that provide both theoretical and practical experience.
What skills do I need to be a Journalist?
Different roles require many different skills but in general journalists need a number of key skills to succeed: · Research skills · Organisational skills · Excellent written and oral communication skills · Team work · IT skills · Analytical skills · Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines · Interviewing and listening skills · Interest in current affairs · Good general knowledge
What experience do I need to get a job in Journalism?
Experience is essential for getting a job in journalism. Even with the right qualifications employers will expect to see a portfolio, or show reel, of work and evidence that you have actively sought out experience with media outlets. Most media outlets, big and small, offer work placements to young people but not in a structured way so contact media companies directly and ask if they have placements on offer. The National Student offers aspiring journalists a platform to gain experience and a portfolio of work. Their past contributors now work at places like the Daily Mail, MTV, the Times, LBC, the One Show (BBC) and Metal Hammer magazine.

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