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    Basically, what schemes are available with a decent wage?

    I've found the likes of BAE systems look quite good, with a decent wage etc but where else is there that is taking on?

    If you know the entry requirements that would be great too. Thanks in advance!
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    I'd like to know this too..

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    Oh and with a link to the scheme...
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    Most entry requirements are 2.1 from uni, Some even go on to ask for 300 ucas points.

    I have been looking for a list of schemes but I can't seem to find one
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    Also salary?

    Well BAE systems is:
    Sigma Leadership Business Role: £28k but with fast track to senior management and a 6-monthly review on salary. 2:1 degree needed in a business related field and 320 UCAS points.

    Graduate Development Business Role: £28k with 2k welcome package and a 6-monthly review on salary. 2:1 business related degree needed with 280 UCAS points.
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    Theres also an Aldi one that offers £40k salary and an Audi A4. However, it's said that you will work 60-70 hours a week and travel far too much etc. Not for me personally...
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    (Original post by Entrepreneur_NO1)
    Theres also an Aldi one that offers £40k salary and an Audi A4. However, it's said that you will work 60-70 hours a week and travel far too much etc. Not for me personally...
    60-70 on an average week, more on a bad week.
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    (Original post by Quady)
    60-70 on an average week, more on a bad week.
    Wow your joking. How do you even fit that in a week?
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    (Original post by Entrepreneur_NO1)
    Wow your joking. How do you even fit that in a week?
    There are 7 days in a week, 8 till 8 Mon to Sat then six hours on Sun is very possible.
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    (Original post by Quady)
    There are 7 days in a week, 8 till 8 Mon to Sat then six hours on Sun is very possible.
    I've also heard that sometimes you have to sleep in your car and that you have little to no time at home. Not worth £60k, never mind £40...
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    Milkround.com is your friend.

    Best graduate job website IMO.
 
 
 
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