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About Us: Join IBM. Make an impact. From helping transform healthcare to improving the retail shopping experience, it's what IBMers do. Our work and our people can be found in all sorts of interesting places. Mathematicians, …
You know that feeling you get when you meet someone and you just ‘click’. It’s great isn’t it? You don’t have to explain yourself or try to be something you’re not. You can just relax, be yourself and know …
  In the UK, we share Microsoft’s global vision to empower every person and organisation to achieve more; but we also pursue a wide range of initiatives with particular resonance and relevance to the UK economy and culture. From …
  At Intel, you can experience a world of opportunities—opportunities to explore a wide range of careers, to develop industry-leading innovations, and to work with the latest technologies and brilliant minds across the globe! Who…
  Want to be a Googler? Together, we create access to information and build products that improve people's lives. There’s no one kind of Googler, so we’re always looking for people who can bring new perspectives and life exp…
We drive progress through partnership. Our colleagues are focused on outcomes, are highly collaborative, and have deep industry insight that, when coupled with our local market knowledge, allows us to anticipate and address client needs. Can you be …
Our vision is to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere — every person, every organisation, and every community around the globe. This motivates us — inspires us — to do what we do. To make what we make. …
Imagination is a global technology leader whose products touch the lives of billions of people throughout the world. We create and license market-leading processor solutions for graphics, video and communications. Our ground-breaking use of the lat…
At Facebook, we build products to bring the world closer together, and this means we need a team that understands and reflects a broad range of experience, thought, geography, age, background, gender, sexual orientation, language, culture and many ot…
We're creating a better form of commerce. We connect millions of buyers and sellers around the world, empowering people and creating economic opportunity for all. Whether you are buying new or used, plain or luxurious, commonplace or rare, trendy or …
With our endless ability to predict the next big wave (and create a few of our own), joining Samsung Electronics will put you in touch with the future and keep your career at the cutting edge of tomorrow’s technology. We are looking for outst…
The people here at Apple don’t just create products — they create the kind of wonder that’s revolutionised entire industries.   It’s the diversity of those people and their ideas that inspires the innovation tha…
About us   Each graduate comes to us with different aspirations and challenges and we take time to work with everyone on a personal level to devise an effective strategy to meet individual goals. To achieve that, we work with companies across …

Internet graduates might work for software companies, or for an organisation, service or brand in-house - they really are the pioneers of our technological future. Find out about the wide range of graduate internet jobs and employers in the sectors on TheBigChoice now.

LOOKING FOR a Web Development CAREER?
How much can I earn as a Web Developer?
Salaries vary a lot based on what part of the industry you're working in, and what experience you have. Pay Scale’s average salaries for various jobs in this sector are:
  • Web programmer – £24,374
  • Web designer – £22,760
  • Web developer – £24,868
  • App developer - £30,796
  • Senior web developer - £36,088
  • Social media manager – £25,226
  • SEO executive - £32,059
  • Digital marketing manager - £31,945
What qualifications do I need to be a Web Developer?
After a Bachelor’s Degree Graduates with internet-based skills such as coding, SEO and web design are in extremely high demand. You could apply for entry level jobs with companies straight out of university, or for established graduate schemes with larger organisations, which will last approximately two years.

Some jobs that you may be interesting in doing after graduation, depending on your degree specialism, might include:
  • Web programmer
  • Web designer
  • Web developer
  • App developer
  • IT manager
  • Games developer
  • Systems analyst
  • Systems developer
  • Network engineer
  • SEO manager
  • Social media manager
  • Digital marketing manager
Getting an IT or technical-based job in the internet sector means learning basic programming skills and continuing to develop these as the sector grows.
What skills do I need to be a Web Developer?
You need a good combination of practical and creative ability, as dealing with websites means having innovative ideas that can apply within certain parameters. Whether you're working on a team, or working as a consultant, good people skills will ensure you fit in well with your colleagues and give your clients’ users the kind of experience the organisation wants them to have.

Some of the skills you’ll need to work in this sector include:
  • Ability to keep up with new technologies
  • Adaptation
  • Research
  • Creativity
  • Trendspotting
  • Motivation
  • Technical skill
Your skills will vary depending on which area you work in. If you want to work in the more technical fields such as web developing or web programming the following skills will also be useful:
  • Programming languages
  • SEO
  • Understanding of operating systems
  • Installing and configuring hardware
What experience do I need to get a job in Web Development?
As with the majority of sectors, having work experience in this field is essential if you are going to secure a career within it. Contact organisations directly and see if you can go in to shadow an existing member of staff, or to work for them on a voluntary basis. If you’re at university and you have the option of a year in industry, take advantage of it to get experience within an area that you find interesting within the sector.