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|Job Description||Date Posted||Location||Salary|
|Communication Assistant - Life Sciences||16/04/2014||Hampshire||£19K+|
|Graduate Digital (SEO) Analyst||Closed||North Yorkshire||£neg|
|Graduate Digital Analyst||Closed||London||£18k|
|Digital Content Project Manager||Closed||West Sussex||£25k|
|Graduate Digital Marketing Project Manager - Content||Closed||West Sussex||Up to£25k|
|Graduate Online Technology Assistant||Closed||Manchester||£17k|
Estimated graduate starting salary: £15,000 - £25,000
Typical salary after training: £25,000 - £37,000
'Advertising' is not easily defined. Narrowly, it means clearly identifiable, paid-for communications in the media, which aim to persuade, inform or sell. But the word is also used to cover a much broader range of activities - from design to public relations - by what are often the same organisations, using similar skills.
Advertising is not a single industry, but spreads untidily across at least three separate kinds of employer organisation...
Read the Advertising Industry Profile
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Do your research! It's always a great advantage to learn everything about a company so if you get to interview you can impress them with your knowledge. All profiles link to the featured recruiter's current graduate jobs which you can then apply to online.