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MC after traineeship

 
#1 MC after traineeship
10/10/2006 22:56

k

Hi,

I'm graduating from 2-year-traineeship with FTSE 100 company and would like to move into MC. My dilema is: should I apply for graduate/entry-level position or for +1 role (I mean the position just above entry-level)?

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#2 RE: MC after traineeship
11/10/2006 18:01

greg to k (#1)

I'd say +1 role but depends on the thing you've done during traineeship

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#3 RE: MC after traineeship
12/10/2006 02:29

kris to greg (#2)

Thanks Greg. Anybody else...?

kris

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#4 RE: MC after traineeship
12/10/2006 10:33

londonkiddo to kris (#3)

Depending which company you worked for in the FTSE100, some consultancies out there will "credit" you with your two years' experience and so bring you you in at year 3 level. This would most likely be true if you work for one of the financial institutions, perhaps some of the telecoms players...other companies may not be as well regarded as training grounds. I'm thinking of some of the retail companies out there. But even then it will vary.

If I were you, I'd shoot for +1...if the MCs want you but feel your traineeship is not up to the standard of their own, they can always come back with an entry-level offer.

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#5 RE: MC after traineeship
12/10/2006 10:53

londonkiddo to kris (#3)

Depending which company you worked for in the FTSE100, some consultancies out there will "credit" you with your two years' experience and so bring you you in at year 3 level. This would most likely be true if you work for one of the financial institutions, perhaps some of the telecoms players...other companies may not be as well regarded as training grounds. I'm thinking of some of the retail companies out there. But even then it will vary.

If I were you, I'd shoot for +1...if the MCs want you but feel your traineeship is not up to the standard of their own, they can always come back with an entry-level offer.

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#6 RE: MC after traineeship
13/10/2006 02:17

kris to londonkiddo (#5)

Londonkiddo - great thanks for advice!

My traineeship is with FMCG FTSE 100.

kris

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