Easiest Engineering graduate scheme to get into?

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Currently looking somewhere around north west but what would be the easiest graduate role to get into? Everywhere I look have 50 steps such as tests, then assessment centre, then group interview and final interview.

What is an easy graduate role? Not to fussed about it being boring job
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Won't be any such thing nowadays with the amount of competition. Wouldn't surprise me if there were 3 day long assessment centers for an 18k/yr job.
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(Original post by Double.00)
Currently looking somewhere around north west but what would be the easiest graduate role to get into? Everywhere I look have 50 steps such as tests, then assessment centre, then group interview and final interview.

What is an easy graduate role? Not to fussed about it being boring job
The easiest graduate engineering jobs to get into are usually small/medium companies and they will probably pay you minimum wage with progression to £25-30k over a decade if you work hard and do unpaid overtime.

The reason graduate schemes have 50 steps is because once universities realised they could be ran as a business they started letting everyone through so now everyone has a degree. Combine that with the fact the most of industry has left the UK and you get this situation. Personally I left engineering despite having a masters degree because of the demeaning job searching process, the poor pay and hating the actual jobs which was mostly data entry in spreadsheets and repositioning symbols on a screen all day.
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