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How I got my job – Morrisons Marketing Graduate scheme | University of Leeds Careers Centre Blog Katie McCormack graduated in 2012, then worked for a couple of years developing her professional experience before securing a place on a graduate scheme earlier this year. Here she shares her experiences and learning points as well as the experience of undertaking a video interview. About me I have recently gained a place on a marketing graduate scheme at Morrisons. I graduated back in 2012 with a degree in Communication Studies and have worked for two years since, which shows you don’t always have to be a recent graduate to get accepted onto a graduate scheme. Work experience Whilst studying I attempted to get as much work experience as possible within the marketing and communications industry, doing odd days throughout my second and final year at a PR agency, recruitment agency and at an in-house marketing team for a data protection company. After graduating, I managed to get a full time job in the Marketing Department at Leeds University Union (LUU) as a Marketing Assistant. Finally
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