Exploring student and graduate perceptions of the working world: Our latest findings unveiled at Milkround’s annual Insight Breakfast

Milkround Insight Breakfast 2019

We had an exciting morning on the 4th July 2019, revealing our newly launched 2019 research into student and graduate career confidence, and their concerns when it comes to entering the working world.

The findings we shared, were from our Candidate Compass 2019 report, where we surveyed over 7,000 students and graduates on a number of topics, including career expectations, company culture, mental health, and whether students feel that employers are being diverse in their recruitment processes – including gender contrasts and how this impacts their perceptions of the future.

For 2019, we partnered with Universum, a global employer branding agency, who are leading in supporting employers through delivering talent market insights. Together, we shared valuable insight on Gen Z and how young people perceive employers and what makes them attractive.  

Milkround’s Key Findings

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How to stand out from the crowd as an employer

Claes Peyron from Universum delivered a fantastic presentation on the topic of employer branding, sharing a selection of tips for standing out from the crowd.

With students and graduates having greater options than ever before, it becoming increasingly important to ensure you’re seen as an attractive yet authentic brand to this audience. Universum’s Employer Branding Now Survey reports that differentiation is the number one employer branding priority for the World’s Most Attractive Employers.

How to gain talent through strong employer branding

  1. Revisit your key talent definitions
  2. Become more data-led
  3. Assess your Employer Value Proposition and the activation of this – the UK as a whole is focused on: having an inspiring purpose, having respect for people but also the commitment to diversity and inclusion – which isn’t a key proposition for other countries as a whole. What is most important to your company?
  4. Set long-term goals and KPIs – do you have employee-generated content to support corporate messaging and how is this tracked?
  5. Make sure your offering isn’t too generic and similar to other brands – stand out and have your own voice.

 

Top Tips from Student Minds

We were pleased to be joined by Scott Williams, Head of Development at Student Minds, who spoke about well-being among young people and how employers can best support those entering the workforce, as well as providing insight into their Graduate Well-being Report.

How to support student & graduate well-being and stress for those transitioning into the workplace:

  • Ensure graduates have a manager who is interested in their personal development
  • Provide graduates with someone they feel confident contacting if they are struggling with their well-being
  • Make sure graduates feel comfortable taking breaks during the workday, for example, taking a break for lunch
  • Support graduates in finding the work they are doing interesting
  • Ensure graduates feel able to keep up with financial pressures
  • Check that your organisation is proactive about promoting well-being
  • Allow graduates to feel included in work-related social activities
Source: Graduate Well-being Report 2017, Student Minds

 

To read our full Candidate Compass 2019 report or any of our other research, click here. To find out more, or if you’d like us to delve deeper into our research, contact us at: milkroundmarketing@milkround.com

Join us on the judging panel at our Society Awards

We are delighted to launch this year’s Society Awards, which will be taking place on the 19th of June 2019.

Students will be able to nominate themselves or their society for one of two awards:

  1. Individual to Have Made the Biggest Contribution to a Society
  2. Outstanding Contribution to a Society

The awards allow students to showcase their hard work and commitment to both a society and university. It is also an opportunity for us to help students prepare for life after university, showing how they can use their involvement in a society as leverage in the world of work.

How does it work?

Step 1:  Students complete the nomination form via the Milkround website

Step 2:  20 finalists (10 from each category) are picked to attend the awards day

This will entail workshops, a Q&A and a presentation to the judging panel – explaining how the prize money would be spent.

Step 3:  £250 voucher for an individual

£1,000 cash prize for a society

Why get involved?

  • Networking opportunities with top students who have a strong extracurricular background
  • Drive job applications and have your name advertised to over 700,000 students and graduates
  • Build your brand with our student audience:
    – 50,000 students on our social media channels
    – 46,000 visits to our content hub each month
    – 311,000 current students through Milkround’s email communications and further reach through our partner’s websites

Sponsorship Package

  1. Network with over 20 top students at the awards day
  2. Join the judging panel for both categories
  3. Deliver a workshop to the engaged students
  4. Have your branding across all student communications (inc. solus emails and social media posts across all channels)

Take a look at last year’s winners

To find out more and how you can become a sponsor and judge of our Society Awards in June, give us a call on 03330 145111, or contact your Account Manager directly.

Students’ perceptions of Brexit and tips for attracting graduates in 2019

Graduation usually comes with a feeling of accomplishment and anticipation but our research shows that 78% of those graduating this year believe Brexit will negatively impact their career.

We explored how today’s graduates feel about the job market and compared this to how graduates faired after the last period of uncertainty, in the 2008 global financial crisis. Researched showed that 50% of those who graduated during the global financial crisis found it more difficult to secure a graduate role due to the crisis – taking an average of eight months to find their first career job.

Ten years on, three fifths (58%) say the 2008 crisis had a negative impact on their career. This year’s graduates fear they will be subject to similar disadvantages as they look to enter the workforce, with 78% thinking Brexit will negatively impact their career and 52% thinking it will be more difficult to secure a graduate role.

Changing plans

With the challenges 2008 graduates faced limiting their entry into their desired career, half (50%) said they had to change their post university plans with three fifths (62%) taking a role in a different sector due to the lack of available roles. Already we’re seeing this year’s graduates taking a similar approach to delay their entry into the job market with 55% planning to postpone looking for their first role. Milkround’s research shows 60% expect they will need to take a role in a different sector, 18% think they will need to do temp work and 9% plan to instead go travelling. The results also reveal a 15% rise in the number of graduates who are planning to take up a postgraduate qualification, rather than heading straight into their career.

Salary expectations

Almost half (44%) of 2008 graduates reported their salary has not increased as much as graduates in previous year’s. The expectations are also set low for 2019 graduates, as over a third (36%) are not expecting standard salary increases post-Brexit. Recent research[1] from The Resolution Foundation think tank supports Milkround’s findings, with those entering the labour market during the financial crisis impacted in terms of wage growth and salary.

Not all doom and gloom

Despite the negative perception this year’s grads have of the current job market, the Office for National Statistics labour market research shows the number of people in work in the UK continues to reach record highs. In addition, Milkround has seen the number of graduate roles advertised on its platform increase by 104% year on year*. A recent report from the Institute of Student Employers[2], supports a positive outlook for this year’s grads with a clear majority (70%) of employers anticipating that Brexit will not impact their recruitment needs. In fact, employers on average anticipate a substantial increase (18%) in the number of graduates that they are trying to recruit this year and in the number of apprentices (47%) they plan to take on.

Georgina Brazier from Milkround noted:

“It’s easy to see the similarities in the job market from 2008 when the global financial crisis hit to this year with so much economic uncertainty. While many graduates are concerned of the impact Brexit will have on their careers, we’re a month out with no clear indication of what will happen so grads should not let themselves be distracted with all the ‘ifs, buts and maybes’.

We can somewhat put them at ease with the knowledge that Milkround is continuing to see an increase in the number of graduate roles advertised on our platform. We also offer plenty of resources to assist graduates in securing their dream role in the career of their choice. Increased competition in the market is not always a bad thing, it pushes graduates to be on top of their game and network more to gain invaluable industry connections.”

 

Insight from a Brexit and Labour Market Economist


Jonathan Portes, Brexit and labour market economist at King’s College London, said
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“Given the current healthy state of the UK labour market, it might seem surprising how pessimistic 2019’s prospective graduates are about the impact of Brexit. But history suggests that they are right be to be worried. Brexit may well prove not just to be a short-term economic shock, but to do long-lasting damage to young people’s career prospects.

New graduates will need to be flexible and adaptable; that may mean accepting jobs in a different sector or location to their first preference if it gives them a foot on the ladder.”

 

 

Top tips for attracting and recruiting graduates during times of economic uncertainty


Connect on an individual level

Get onto university campuses and connect with students face to face. It’s important to get your company name out there and sell your brand ethos to prospective employees.

Go back to basics

Keep the application process simple and clear. Milkround’s candidate compass survey has revealed job seekers like the basics, with 84% of respondents preferring a CV/cover letter application and 84% citing they would rather have a face to face interview than a telephone or video interview.

Keep it clear

Keep your job descriptions clear of jargon to not detract students and use this as an opportunity to talk about your companies approach post Brexit.

Understand your new recruits

Host a focus group to understand any mis-conceptions students may have about your company which will allow you to tackle the issues.

Look back to move forward

Reflect on your hiring experiences. What are you going to do differently from last year to strengthen the recruitment process? What worked and what didn’t work? Be Honest.

 

For more information on this research, or if you’d like to chat to us about your student and graduate recruitment campaigns, please don’t hesitate to get in touch: https://recruiting.milkround.com/

*104% uplift reported from July/December 2017 to July/December 2018, according to Milkround data

[1] https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-47106711
[2] https://ise.org.uk/page/BlogBrexitImpact

Milkround’s latest insight into imposter syndrome and how it is effecting female graduates

We recently delved into the minds of 5,700 students and graduates, to find out about young people’s career confidence and their perception of future employment.

Lower Salary Expectations

Our research identified that one in three (33%) women are worried about low pay and think they’ll earn under £20k in an entry level role, compared to less than a quarter (22%) of their male counterparts.

We also found that males expect to be earning more in five years’ time, with more females (25 percent compared to 15 percent males) expecting to be on £25-£30k and more males (23 percent compared to 17 percent females) expecting to be on over £35k, after five years.

Writer and activist, Natasha Devon MBE importantly contributed stating:

“Imposter syndrome is more than just ‘lacking confidence’. It’s an all-consuming belief that you aren’t worthy of your career achievements, that you’re a fraud and a fear of being ‘found out’, even if all the evidence shows you to be qualified and capable. Whilst feminism has come on in leaps and bounds over recent years, we still live in a culture where the prototype for success and influence is white, male and middle aged. It’s no wonder, then, that the people most likely to experience imposter syndrome are young women.”

 

Career Confidence

While confidence was the top choice for respondents, our findings revealed that far more females (41%) reported confidence to be a soft skill that they needed to work on most to excel in their career, compared with just 28% of males.

Competition from those with more work experience was another concern, with more females (58%) citing it as an issue, compared to males (47%).

Our Jobs Expert at Milkround, Georgina Brazier stated:

“Confidence issues are affecting graduates before they even hit the workforce, which often lasts with them throughout their career.

While more employers are implementing mentorship programmes to alleviate imposter syndrome and boost confidence among new starters, more needs to be done to ensure that this negative mindset is reversed, before they start working their way up the career ladder.”

 

How to Avoid Imposter Syndrome

Natasha Devon has put together some helpful tips to ensure that you avoid imposter syndrome and maintain confidence in young individuals.

Know Your Enemy

Having imposter syndrome can feel incredibly isolating, because by its very nature it is something which makes you feel as though you don’t belong. It’s important to remember it’s both common and, unfortunately, normal – particularly amongst women.

Think like your male counterparts

Studies show that men tend to believe they can do jobs for which they are underqualified whereas women are more likely to believe they aren’t right for a role, even if they are overqualified. Look at their qualifications and experience and measure them, objectively, against yours.

Combat negative self-talk

It’s essential to have a voice in your head advising caution, especially when running away from a bear. The negative voice we’ve evolved to carry around with us is more likely to tell us we aren’t worth a pay rise, can’t do that presentation or will make a fool of ourselves in a meeting. Recognise that voice and tell it to shut up.

Separate instinct from structurally created beliefs

Human beings learn through repetition and a lot of what our brain absorbs happens subconsciously. We still live in an environment which tells us the prototype for a powerful person is white, male and middle aged. Realise this is a belief system is not representative of you and is not something you would choose to believe of your own free will.

Stop trying to be liked

Women, on average, fear social rejection more than men. This isn’t an attitude which serves anyone well in the work place. However, we teach people how to treat us. Working for free, never using the word ‘no’ and letting other people take credit for your work might mean less confrontation, but it will leave you underpaid, undervalued and exhausted.

 

You can find more information in this year’s report. Download your copy here.

*All figures from Milkround’s Candidate Compass Report 2018

 

If you have any questions or would like to speak to us in more detail, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Number: 0333 0145 111
Email: sales@milkround.com

Student Success at the Milkround Society Awards

On Wednesday 25th June, we hosted our annual Milkround Society Awards – which saw students from all over the UK coming together, demonstrating what they have been getting involved in at university and how these avid individuals have contributed to their societies.

The event is a great way for us to meet some of the most inspiring young people and connect them to leading employers. It also allows us to understand what drives students, what challenges they’ve faced along the way and how they’re developing themselves outside of university studies, to ensure that they are the most employable candidates.

Our panel of judges: Isabella Luba from Merkle | Periscopix, Jack Culpan from Sponsor My Society, Andrew Crisp from UpRising and Stefan Kovacevic & Alex Bellotti from One Young World, connected with the finalists, offering both employment advice and specific guidance around society sponsorship. Both us at Milkround and the judges were overwhelmed by the pitches, making the all-important final decision a very difficult one!

 

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Kelsey Robb from Lancaster University’s Advertising Society, pitching to the judges

We accepted over 130 applications and shortlisted this down to 9 societies for the ‘Outstanding Contribution to a Society’ award and 6 students for the ‘Individual Contribution to a Society’ award. We assessed the applications based on their efforts, their dedication to developing a society and what they would do with our £1,000 cash prize. These finalists were then invited to attend our Society Awards at the Milkround HQ – pitching to the judges.

Throughout the day, the students were able to network with one other and learn about what employers are looking for. It gave employers the opportunity to present the companies they work for and their graduate offerings, with one student applying for a role at One Young World on the day!

 

The Winners

 

Mima Markicevic - The Holdsworth Club Society (University of Birmingham)
Mima Markicevic won ‘Individual Contribution to a Society’ after demonstrating her dedication to The Holdsworth Club. In just one year, Mima transformed this declining society into one with clear goals and great support
Handprints-eNABLE Scotland
Handprints were awarded with ‘Outstanding Contribution to a Society’ for their selfless contribution to local communities, creating prosthetic arms for those most in need. They were passionate about changing people’s lives – working on projects for hospitals and vets where funding was lacking

What our judges said…

“The level of ambition, motivation and entrepreneurial spirit in the room was unmatched, and choosing a winner was a very difficult decision. I am sure that all the attendees will go on to do great things!”

Jack Culpan, Sponsor My Society


“It was an excellent opportunity to see the fantastic work students are doing in their societies. I was overwhelmed by the creative ways they were solving problems they faced and could see how all the skills they were learning could directly help them in future careers. It was also inspiring to hear about the amazing work they do for local and global communities, both within University boundaries and beyond.”

Izzie Luba, Merkle | Periscopix

 

 

Want to get involved in sponsorship with us?

If you are interested in being part of any Milkround events, increasing awareness of your organisation in the student and graduate market or if you just want to partner with us, then please give us a call on 0333 0145 111, or email us at info@milkround.com

 

 

Students don’t feel clued up on STEM careers

A third of students feel underinformed about STEM careers, according to new research carried out by Atomik Research on behalf of Centrica. Nearly half of the 1,063 students between the ages of 14 and 18 could not name a female role model in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics.

Furthermore, nearly a third of male teachers (29%) believe that STEM careers are more suited to boys than girls, compared to 16% of female teachers. 23% of the teachers surveyed do not feel confident or do not know if job opportunities exist for girls going into STEM careers.

Alongside this,  research by L’Oréal found that on average, 55% of 16-18 year old students are not studying science. Of those, 40% said it was because they don’t think science would lead to a career they would want to do, and just under a third (29%) lack confidence in their science skills.

Combining these revelations highlights the continued existence of both a skills and gender gap within STEM subjects and careers. The next question is: what is the solution to and how can employers help?

L’Oréal has unveiled a new campaign that aims to encourage female role models to visit local schools and talk to primary-school aged children to help inspire the next generation of scientists. By informing young people about the vast array of opportunities that STEM careers could offer them, it is hoped more students, particularly females, can see their own potential in these industries.

Paul Gilliam, HR Director – UK & Ireland at L’Oréal, highlights how important education on science careers is, alongside supporting women already in STEM industries to ensure they are reaching their full potential and can be guiding lights for young girls.

“It is important that we proactively encourage women who are looking to enter into science professions and support those that are already there,” he says. “We believe fostering female scientists of the future starts much earlier in life, which is why, to mark the tenth anniversary of For Women in Science, we have linked with the Inspiring the Future programme, run by UK charity Education & Employers, to inspire the next generation of scientists by encouraging both boys and girls to take an interest in science at primary school age.

“Companies have a responsibility to give back to the community and we truly believe that by encouraging more scientists into schools and opening children’s eyes to the range of careers that science leads to, we can help make scientific jobs feel both exciting and attainable and ultimately achieve a better gender balance in science.”

Gender has been a hotly debated topic in recent months; but then it has always been. It must continue to be spoken about and acted upon to ensure equal gender representation and pay in all industries.

When it comes to STEM, employers within these industries can help to educate young people to open their eyes to the vast opportunities available to them. Engaging with young people throughout their school life may be a heavy time constraint, but this technique can be incorporated within your school leaver or graduate recruitment process.

School leavers, students and recent graduates care about social responsibility and equality. By showing them you too are invested in this in all levels of your company, from recruitment to the continued nurturing of employee talent, you will attract a diverse range of top youth talent.

For suggestions on how we could work alongside you to create bespoke campaigns that can advertise your job openings, or to raise awareness of opportunities in specific industries such as STEM through events or similar, please contact info@milkround.com.

Milkround society awards: showcasing student success

On Wednesday 5th July, Milkround were proud to host our annual Society Awards.

The Society Awards are always a highly anticipated event, as it allows us the chance to engage with some truly inspirational young people from our candidate pool. This year, all our finalists went above and beyond for their society pitches.

Learning about what successful students are looking for when it comes to their first graduate jobs was really enlightening both for us at Milkround and for the employers that attended on the day. By going directly to our graduate audience, we can ensure we match top talent with rewarding and challenging roles.

We are grateful to the judges Adam Isle, Oli Jacob and Qayum Mannan, who joined us from AstraZeneca, IBM, and UpRising respectively. They offered great feedback to our candidates, as well as the encouragement to consider their own graduate job offerings.

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Our finalists enjoyed a day of sharing their successes and developing their skills at our London office

After an initial application process that assessed why these candidates in particular deserve recognition for their contribution to a society, we invited the finalists to our London office.

Here, they spent the day getting to know each other through career-driven workshops provided by the Milkround Marketing team, and had the opportunity to learn more about the key things employers are looking for.

Students were then asked to pitch to our judges. All three were overwhelmed not only by the sheer number of achievements highlighted by the high-quality presentations, but the students’ sense of social responsibility.

The judging panel found it incredibly difficult to choose between candidates who came from a range of societies, from Craft and Financial Trading to Law and Women in Leadership. The judges were impressed by the passion all candidates showed for diversity and inclusion. Several of the societies wanted to invest our £1,000 prize money into charity fundraisers, addressing issues including student mental health and welfare.

Congratulations to our winners!

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Eva (left) and Lucia (right), with their Individual Contribution to a Society awards.
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Open Minds were awarded with Outstanding Contribution to a Society, for their dedication to increasing confidence and leadership skills through creativity.

Adam Isle, Recruiter for AstraZeneca’s Innovative Medicines & Early Development Graduate Programme, said the nominees were ‘exactly the kind of students we’re looking for’.

The day proved to be fruitful for both students and employers. Not only did the finalists get to showcase their past achievements in front of three employers, they developed their skills in pitching both their societies and their own sense of self-branding. They were then able to engage in a final networking session at the end of the day.

If you are interested in being part of events such as our Society Awards, to not only increase your brand awareness among the student demographic, but to also grant recognition of truly unique student talent found through Milkround, do give us a call on 0333 0145 111, or email info@milkround.com.

Milkround’s new features have arrived, meaning better applications for you

Today we’ve launched a new set of onsite features, which includes a smooth data-led application process to all jobs on our website, to increase the quality and relevancy of applications delivered to our clients.

By improving our knowledge of each jobseeker’s application behaviour, we can now target through both the candidate’s profile data and their onsite behaviour. Following these enhancements, our jobseeker’s will now benefit from:

  • Onsite job recommendations
  • Regular, personalised job emails
  • Instant job match notifications

Alongside these new features, we’ve also launched improved job search technology, which not only understands a jobseeker’s keyword search, but also uses artificial intelligence to generate similar and relevant job opportunities into their search results. Taking a synonym led approach to job results ensures the right jobs are displayed to the best candidates.

Milkround’s Head of Sales, Sarah-Jane McQueen commented: ‘We are continually developing our product to ensure our clients gain the most from their campaigns. By improving our application process and therefore better understanding our candidates, we can deliver the most relevant jobs. We’re really excited about the new features we are launching today, which bring innovation to the graduate recruitment market.’

With a refreshed design and improved user experience, we continue to take a candidate led approach to ensure our platform and technology supports the all-important job search.

For more information please get in touch with us today!

Young workers at risk of making snap decisions about their careers

Did you know that Snapchats from friends make young people question their jobs?

We’ve delved into the minds of young people to find out how social media causes career fear in students and graduates.

The research has shown that young people at work run the risk of hindering their careers by paying too much attention to Snapchats posted by friends about their jobs. 95 per cent of those surveyed admitted that they felt envious of some part of their friends’ jobs, with most stating that others’ travel opportunities with work is one of the main instigators of the green-eyed monster.

And social media has a lot to answer for when it comes to that jealousy. 37 per cent of those surveyed clearly cited social media as the source of their career envy. In fact, our opinions of how our friends are doing in their entire lives is shaped by what we see on social media with over one third stating that positive social media posts make them believe others are doing well.

Snapchat has been named the social media network that invokes the most feelings of anxiety around careers, with short disappearing stories that leave lasting impressions.

 SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS THAT CAUSE MOST CAREER ENVY

Ranking Social Media Channel
1. Snapchat
2. LinkedIn
3. Twitter

Dr. Sarah Parry, clinical lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University said: “This career anxiety is likely to come from an initial internal feeling of dissatisfaction, which is then exacerbated by these social media posts.

“60 per cent of students and graduates are still unsure of what they want to do in their careers. This insecurity is easily transformed into jealousy when they see continuous posts of what they perceive is someone who has it ‘all figured out’.”

Money is also a major reason for envy, with 46 per cent stating that their friends’ salaries are the main reason for their jealousy; with social posts about holidays and things they buy leading them to believe that they are earning less than their peers or friends.

Dr. Parry, whose clinical work focuses on experiences of dissociation and developing wellbeing services for young people, said: “It is important for students and graduates to know that these feelings are completely natural as social media becomes more and more a part of everyday life, and that they are not alone. ”

For more from Dr. Susan Parry on how to recognise and combat career anxiety, visit https://advice.milkround.com/opportunity-fomo

For more information about Milkround and our research, get in touch!

 

National Apprenticeship Week 2017

This year we’re hit with a double whammy – National Apprenticeship Week and National Careers Week happening over the same five days!

The aim of National Apprenticeship Week is to bring together employers and apprentices from across England to celebrate the success of apprenticeships over the last decade, seeking to encourage even more people to choose apprenticeships as a fast-track to a great career. It’s a pretty busy time for us (as we know it is for many recruiters) – check out some of the things we’re doing below…

  • Today, (Monday 6th), you’ll see the launch of our dedicated Apprenticeships content hub where school leavers, teachers and parents can learn more about apprenticeships, what they involve, and the benefits they can bring to a career.
  • On Tuesday 7th March, our School Leavers supplement is going out in The Times, providing all readers with an insight into the ever-changing apprenticeship market. ACCA will also be joining us LIVE on Twitter for a Q&A about their qualifications and careers in accountancy.
  • Wednesday sees our marketing team heading out to local schools across London for their careers events, including the ‘Pathways to Apprenticeships’ event with Tower Hamlets Education Business Partnership. The event gives us the opportunity to improve social mobility by working with young people from this area.
  • On Thursday 9th March, we are hosting our inaugural Employer Parents Evening at our HQ in the Blue Fin Building, London. With 200 parents and ten clients in attendance, our event will consist of three panel sessions covering topics such as ‘what makes a good apprenticeship?’, the levy and an apprentice Q&A made up of current apprentices. We’ll also be up in Leeds at the National Careers Guidance Show, making the most of opportunities to speak to and engage with careers advisers across the UK.
  • And finally, Friday will see us rounding up a very busy week, with content and videos being promoted to our audiences – school leavers, teachers and parents.

 

How can you get involved?

This week is the perfect opportunity to educate our 16-18 year old audience on their post-school options. We’ve popped together the perfect campaign for you during this week, at 40% off the usual price…

  • 1 x two-week job listing and company profile
  • 1 x targeted email to 10,000 relevant candidates
  • 2 x posts on Twitter
  • 2 x posts on Facebook
  • 1 x LinkedIn post

All for £500

To take advantage of this offer, or for any other campaign options, please get in touch with Charlie.Howell@Milkround.com or contact us here.