Graduate jobs in Durham

There are 9 graduate jobs in Durham

Looking to find your first graduate job in Durham after uni? The search for a post-grad role can be pretty daunting, it’s hard to know where to start. That’s where YoungCapital comes in. We’ve collected all the best graduate positions with the UK’s top employers in one place, to make your search as quick and easy as possible. We’ve even got work-from-home jobs based in Durham, if you’re not quite ready to join the rat race in a 9-5 role. Take a look at the full selection of graduate jobs in Durham available on YoungCapital, and find the best fit for you.

How to land a graduate job in Durham

First of all, let’s get rid of the notion that you need 3-5 years of experience to land a graduate job in Durham. That’s crazy! An entry-level job is an entry-level job, and Durham has plenty of them. You can still fill up your CV enough to impress your future employers; just make sure you include plenty of skills and interests that are relevant to the job or industry. If you can make it clear why you’re the right fit for the job, a lack of experience won’t matter a bit. Pro-tip: upload your CV to YoungCapital profile to save you from having to add it every time you want to apply.

Now that you know you can get a graduate job in Durham with no experience, it’s time to figure out which one to pick. Durham has graduate vacancies in all different fields, so you’re sure to find something that you’ll enjoy. Whether you’re interested in a warehouse job or a marketing role in Durham, we’ve got you covered. You can make use of our handy filter tool to pick out the postings that are right for you, either by selecting the job type you’re after or by using keywords. Once you’ve found a full-time job in Durham you like, just click ‘apply’ – you’ll be living your best post-grad life in no time.

FAQ about graduate jobs in Durham:

How much can I earn in a graduate job in Durham?

The average starting salary for entry-level jobs in Durham is around £25,000, but that can vary a lot between industries and job types. You might need to go for a slightly higher or lower paying job, depending on your situation. Your employer may also include certain benefits, like a travel allowance, that make a nice addition to your salary.

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