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The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries
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Salary:
£33,000 per annum

Actuary

The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries

Actuaries are highly regarded professionals; actuaries are problem solvers and strategic thinkers with a deep understanding of financial systems

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Expiry date:
Ongoing
Salary:
£33,000 per annum
Job type:
Graduate job
Contract type:
Permanent
Industry:
Actuarial
Smith and Williamson
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Ongoing

Business Tax Summer Internship

Smith and Williamson

The summer internship programme is a six week programme designed for penultimate year undergraduate studentsand is a fantastic opportunity to gain an

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Ongoing
Job type:
Work placement
Contract type:
Temporary
Industry:
Taxation
Apprentus
Expiry date:
Ongoing
Salary:
£10.00 - £100.00 per hour

Apprentus : 10 private tutors needed

Apprentus

Join Apprentus and choose when and where to work, choose how much you want to get paid ! Just be your own boss !

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Ongoing
Salary:
£10.00 - £100.00 per hour
Job type:
Graduate job
Contract type:
Permanent
Apprentus
Expiry date:
31 Jul 2019
Salary:
£20.00 - £100.00 per hour

Apprentus : Work from home ~ Tutor ~ £20 to £100 per hour

Apprentus

Join Apprentus and choose when and where to work, choose how much you want to get paid ! Just be your own boss !

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Expiry date:
31 Jul 2019
Salary:
£20.00 - £100.00 per hour
Job type:
Graduate job
Contract type:
Part-time
Apprentus
Expiry date:
Ongoing
Salary:
£20.00 - £200.00 per hour

We need 50 language tutors

Apprentus

Demands on language classes are increasing and we are in urgent need for language tutors. Apply now and start tutoring !

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Expiry date:
Ongoing
Salary:
£20.00 - £200.00 per hour
Job type:
Student job
Contract type:
Part-time
CV-Library
Expiry date:
Ongoing
Location:
Swansea, West Glamorgan
Salary:
£27,000 - £32,000 per annum

Civil Engineering Graduate

Future Engineering Recruitment

Civil Engineering Graduate Swansea, Wales £27,000-£30,000 + Progression + Training + Package Are you a recent Civil Engineering graduate looking for a great opportunity to get into a co

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Expiry date:
Ongoing
Location:
Swansea, West Glamorgan
Salary:
£27,000 - £32,000 per annum
Job type:
Graduate job
Contract type:
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Helping you find a career in Swansea

Swansea, or City and County of Swansea as it is officially called, is Wales’ second biggest city, combining picturesque beaches and coastlines with a bustling city centre. It offers a diverse range of days out such as coastal walks, museum trips, football, rugby, theatre shows and shopping (to name a few), so, whatever your interests, there will be plenty to keep you busy.


Transport links
Swansea is easy to reach, particularly from London and Welsh locations such as Cardiff, Carmarthen and Llanelli. Whether by car (it’s by the M4), train, or even airplane, it’s well connected, and internal bus routes make travelling around the city straightforward.
Renting Prices
On average, properties in Swansea cost around £763 pcm (per calendar month) to rent, with one-bedroom properties averaging at £578 pcm. Two-bedroom properties are particularly common on the market, which average at £780 pcm.
Nightlife
From familiar chains to quirky gems to specialist, tailored bars, Swansea nightlife is diverse and full of options.

Fiction is particularly popular, proudly promoting themselves online as ‘Cardiff’s only Superclub’. Hosting regular resident DJs, the club focuses on good music and great atmosphere, and there is disabled access to all three of their club rooms.

Or, for something a bit different, the No Sign Wine Bar dates back to 1690, located in a Grade II listed building. The name refers to its history of not having a sign to identify its alcohol licence when it was a legal requirement for public houses to do so - this was because it was a bar rather than a public house, and the name has continued to stick.
Notable Attractions
As well as Swansea Bay which draws people in with its expansive, idyllic views, the National Waterfront Museum is a major attraction in the city. It’s free entry, focusing on the history of Wales’ role in the Industrial Revolution. Also considering Swansea’s maritime heritage, the museum displays interactive technology alongside objects from its industrial, maritime and mining histories.

For further history, you can visit Swansea Museum or the castle, or alternatively the city’s range of parks and beaches are ideal for quiet days out.
The economy in Swansea
Healthcare is a very strong industry in Swansea - it makes up 17.5% of employment in the city. 11.1% of employment is public administration and defence, and another 11.1% is retail.
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