In light of the recent news that graduate unemployment has fallen to it’s the lowest level since 1989, sales and marketing firm First Face Ltd have been inspired to speak out on how they are helping to create new opportunities for success for recent graduates.
A new report by graduate careers firm, Prospects has found that despite the economic and political shocks of 2016, the graduate labour market has held up well with the graduate unemployment rate falling to 5.3%, which is its lowest level since 1989.
This fall in unemployment has coincided with a sharp rise in students taking up postgraduate courses. With the new postgraduate loans system and fears of a Brexit downturn, some graduates are not behaving as they would usually and are continuing further education in their field to grow their expertise.
Outsourced sales and marketing firm, First Face Ltd, is helping to create opportunities for graduates, and those looking for a career change, by offering progression, support, advice and a community of like-minded people as part of an individuals career within the sales and marketing industry.
The graduate opportunities available at First Face Ltd offers a multitude of beneficial and essential skills training through workshops and one-on-one mentoring. The firm provides continued support to help its graduates build a future in the marketing and sales industry. First Face Ltd believes a willingness to learn is paramount to success, with graduate opportunities offering individuals the chance to control the level and speed of their progression; this is because their hard work and performance dictate how much they earn and learn and how far they want to build their career.
First Face Ltd. create unique in-person marketing campaigns to enhance brand promotion and increase customer acquisitions on behalf of their client’s business. A competitive firm, with a desire to grow and expand, First Face Ltd believes its opportunities are a perfect alternative for graduates looking to further their learning but want to do it in the real working world rather than as a student.