Those looking to secure a graduate job in retail may
wish to follow in the footsteps of one Aldi employee from the
south-east who now manages four stores.
After joining a graduate scheme at the supermarket chain, business
degree-holder Karen Walker was quickly given responsibility and the
opportunity to practice the skills she gained at university,
according to the Maidenhead Advertiser.
The firm is now looking for between 90 and 120 people to fill
graduate job positions for the rest of the year and successful
applicants could be enjoying a £40,000 salary and a company
Ms Walker told the newspaper: "From day one I was thrown in at the
deep end and handed the keys for a store. It's tough, but I thrive
on a challenge."
Personnel Today recently reported that fellow supermarket giant
Sainsbury's, which normally provides 65 graduate jobs every year,
has promised to offer 85 such roles in 2010, an increase of 30 per
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