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Are you interested in a communications job? That’s an excellent career choice, as the communications industry is huge in the UK. It includes various established sectors, such as public relations, publishing, advertising, motion picture, radio and television broadcasting, and telecommunication services. If you dream of working in communications, you’re on the right platform. We offer exciting opportunities by trusted employers in the UK. From communications jobs in London to remote vacancies, you’ll find work here to match your needs. Browse this page and check our current openings. Want to stay on top of every new vacancy published on YoungCapital? Sign up and receive all communications jobs matching your preferences.

How to find communications jobs

Communications is a vast industry that offers numerous career paths. From management to entry-level communications jobs, you'll find most vacancies in PR, human resources, marketing, media, and broadcasting. Here is the good news: there are many opportunities for communications professionals in every medium and large company. For example, most thriving businesses have a marketing and communications department. Marketing strategies are behind both fundamental and routine business decisions, from creating a brand’s concept to training employees on the correct tone of voice. Working in communications, you can also enter public relations and politics, or take on a social media manager job and help craft messages for representatives and business accounts. For the lovers of writing, a journalist job is a common choice. There are also plenty of technical roles in communications, such as web editor and digital marketing jobs. So, you don’t always need to be an excellent writer to work in the field.

Because jobs in communications vary widely, there isn’t one defined common set of skills to be an industry professional. Plus, many vacancies don’t even require a degree in communications. In the UK, you’ll find plenty of graduate communications jobs that welcome candidates from all kinds of educational backgrounds. There are also temporary and part-time jobs in communications that don’t require a university degree at all. The job options are many, but finding the vacancy that suits you best is pretty easy. Ready? On this page, adjust filters according to the vacancy you’re looking for. For example, insert your city or postcode to find communication jobs near you. Are you after a full-time job or graduate role? Tick the named boxes under the filter ‘Type of employment’. You can also filter your search by distance and education level. To find specific vacancies based on your skills, don’t forget to use keywords. They’ll do wonders to your job search.

Best cities for communications jobs

London is the city with the most communications jobs in the UK, which surprises a total of zero people. The UK’s capital pays the highest salaries in the country and has excellent indicators for career growth opportunities. If you’re considering going for a communications job in London, keep in mind that the city’s cost of living is also the highest in the country. Bristol and Manchester are great alternatives if you’re looking for high salaries and career opportunities away from the big smoke. Taking on a communications job in Bristol, you’ll live and work in a vibrant and diverse city, with a quality of living above London. Bristol is also a thriving cultural hub with a prolific start-up scene. If you prefer going for a communications job in Manchester, you’ll benefit from high salaries, plus affordable rent, and excellent public transport networks. Even though some of the best communications, marketing, and broadcasting vacancies in the UK are concentrated in London, Bristol, and Manchester, there are plenty of exciting communications jobs in Glasgow, Liverpool and Birmingham as well.

Remote communications jobs

Looking to work-from-home? Within communications, you’ll find plenty of remote positions to pick from. Remote marketing jobs are the most popular home-based vacancies out there. So if you have marketing skills and like the freedom of working from anywhere (besides the office), there are plenty of opportunities available to you. If you’re a master of social platforms, and you’re great at creating content such as text posts, images and videos, a remote social media job can be your ideal match. Is design your true talent? Remote graphic designer jobs are super popular nowadays. A great thing about getting a job as a designer is that your portfolio counts far more than your educational background. So, even if you don’t have a uni degree, you can have a very successful career. To view all remote communications jobs, tick the box ‘work-from-home jobs’ on this page, under the ‘Type of employment filter’. Curious about our remote vacancies? Check out work-from-home jobs for a complete overview.

FAQs about communications jobs:

How to find communications jobs near me?

That’s easy: fill in the ‘City or Postcode’ filter on top of the page and click ‘Apply filters’ to view communications jobs near you.

How to get a job in communications with no experience?

If you have a degree in communications, filter graduate jobs on this page and don’t be afraid of applying. Your degree is valuable, and entry-level jobs don’t always require experience. If you don’t have a degree, adjust filters to view part-time and work-from-home vacancies. These are less likely to require job experience.

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