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|Job Description||Date Posted||Location||Salary|
|Communication Assistant - Life Sciences||16/04/2014||Hampshire||£19K+|
|Graduate PR Executive||Closed||Staffordshire||£16k|
|Graduate Communications Executive||Closed||Warwickshire||£tbc|
|Graduate Research Coordinator - Luxury Retail||Closed||London Central||£23k|
|Graduate Research Executive||Closed||London Central||£21k|
|Graduate Instructional Designer||Closed||London||£20k+|
Estimated graduate starting salary: £0 - £18,000
Typical salary after training: £20,000 - £27,000
Make no mistake about it, entry into a career in journalism is fiercely competitive. If you have not yet undertaken any activity related to journalism, the first thing you need to do is find something relevant to get involved in. If you are still at university there are likely to be many opportunities open to you via student newspapers, magazines, radio and even internal television circuits. If you have already graduated, you will need to work that much harder to get some useful experience.
Every year, graduates with the right qualities and experience do compete successfully for entry on to courses and jobs in journalism...
Read the Journalism industry profile
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.