Latest update on Marketing Comms Jobs in London
Last year, marketing communications professionals from Australia and New Zealand landed a diverse range of jobs in London at blue-chip brands like Barclays, Bloomberg, Harrods, Natural History Museum, Samsung, The Economist and more.
Sounds like you?
If you’re interested in working in Marketing Comms in London this year, listen to our podcast or join our webinar on 12 February 2019.
Presented by Bernie Kelly, this webinar is a free event and provides an update on the job market in London for marketing and communication professionals from Australia and New Zealand thinking about making the move.
If this is something you’ve been thinking about for a while, I really encourage you to follow your instincts, be bold and take a chance. Moving abroad without a job, home or network is hard but by far the most rewarding thing I’ve done. You’ll learn so much about yourself whilst building resilience, patience and having the time of your life!
2018 REVIEW & 2019 FORECAST
So how have Australasian marketing comms professionals been getting on in the London job market? What is the likely short-term impact of Brexit? What does that mean for 2019, and beyond?
To find out, listen to our FREE 30-minute podcast, or join our webinar.
- Latest market news
- Current demand
- Time to get a job
- Year-on-year changes
- Who’s hiring
- Types of jobs
- Income rates & ranges
- Immediate impact of Brexit, and beyond
- Feedback from Aussies & Kiwis in London
- Advice on finding a job and working with UK recruiters
To get the latest market updates from the London market and Australasian marketing comms professionals working in London, listen to our latest FREE podcast to be released on 12 February 2019 or join our webinar on that date. Simply, register today!
DID YOU KNOW
The team at Global Career HQ have helped people find jobs in London for over 20 years. Along the way, we have helped more than 30,000 people find jobs in overseas job markets through our global connections and specialist market knowledge.