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          Helping you find a career in the marketing industry

          Marketing is a fast-paced and competitive industry, but it has plenty of room for those who are creative and willing to learn. An apprenticeship can be a strong way to get your foot in the door of this industry, and exercise your creativity alongside learning the technical side of the job.

          In a marketing apprenticeship, you'll be earning and learning at the same time. You'll learn the ropes of the industry and get some practical experience.

          Marketing is very broad, so apprenticeships vary. It's worth looking around for an apprenticeship that offers you training in the area of marketing that you're most interested in.

          Marketing apprenticeships can be a fast track to becoming an expert in one particular area, such as Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) or pay-per-click (PPC). If you know exactly what you want to do then this is ideal, but otherwise there are more general apprenticeships that will give you a taste of a wider variety of roles available within the industry.

          What's the salary for a marketing apprenticeship? The salary for a marketing apprenticeship will depend upon your employer, but the minimum you'll be paid is £3.90 an hour. If you're over 19 by the time you reach the second year of your apprenticeship, your pay will increase to the national minimum wage for your age group.

          How do I get a marketing apprenticeship?First, ask yourself what area of marketing you wish to develop your skills in. This could be anything from content, to events, to SEO or e-mail marketing.

          Start by searching for general titles, such as ‘marketing apprenticeship', then narrow it down by reading through the job descriptions.

          Next, look at which apprenticeships are offering you what you're looking for. Once you've found some vacancies you wish to apply for, tailor your CV and cover letter to the role. You can find many templates online.

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