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|Job Description||Date Posted||Location||Salary|
|Maths Tutors Needed||23/05/2014||Any||£18+ per hr|
|Teach First - Leadership Development Programme||01/04/2014||Any||£16-20K|
|Explore Learning - Assistant Directors||Closed||Any||£21k|
|Travel and Teach with TEFL Lab London||Closed||Any||£N/A|
|Volunteering In The Developing World||Closed||Any||£N/A|
Minimum graduate starting salary: £21,102 (£26,000 in inner London)
Typical salary after training: £20,000 - £45,000
With strong historic employment rates, graduate jobs in education will stay a very popular choice with graduates. The UK's higher education sector has seen dramatic expansion in recent years now numbering over 2 million, with the number of both younger and mature students more than doubling since 1979. Increasingly, the sector is also catering for older students, approximately 40% of students today being over the age of 25. There are now over 500,000 part-time students of all ages in the UK.
Recent research into the value of education and training exports to the UK economy provides a total estimated figure of around £7 billion per annum. The Higher Education and English Language Training sectors each contribute in excess of £1 billion in exports annually to the UK economy.
GRB works with hundreds of graduate recruiters who are just itching to meet you and this area of the website showcases a selected few.
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.