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Graduate Jobs in Dorset

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        Morson Talent
        Dorchester
        Competitive
        Added 6 days ago
        Morson Talent
        Dorchester
        Competitive
        Added 6 days ago
        Dovetail Recruitment Ltd
        Christchurch
        £25,000 per annum
        Added 11 days ago
        GSL Education - Bournemouth
        Bournemouth
        £75 - £95 per day
        Added 13 days ago
        Tradebe
        Dorchester
        £25,000 - £34,000 per annum
        Added 20 days ago
        Teaching Personnel
        Bournemouth
        £22,000 - £24,000 per annum
        Added 21 days ago
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        Helping you find a career in Dorset

        Picture perfect coastlines and scenic villages mixed with vibrant towns equals an idyllic place to live - and Dorset has both of these things. There's also shopping, evening entertainment, historic sites to visits and plenty of places to sink a drink. What's more Dorset has the highest life expectancy in the UK - overall, it's a great location to call home.

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        Transport links & getting around

        Getting around Dorset is reasonably straightforward, thanks to a range of train services operating across the area.

        South Western trains operate services through Dorset from London, Bournemouth and Poole. Cross Country Trains run a service to Bournemouth and Dorset and Great Western Railway also operates a line known as “The Heart of Wessex” to Bristol, Dorchester and Weymouth.

        There are designated cycle routes, and a bus service operating across the location.

        Cost of living here

        To rent a one-bedroom place in Dorset would cost around £646 per calendar month and £929 pcm for a two-bedroom property. A three-bedroom property has an average rental cost of £1,321 pcm.

        Nightlife

        Pubs, clubs and bars are plentiful in Dorset. From bustling party scenes in the busy districts of Bournemouth and Poole to the rural delights of traditional village taverns, there's something for everyone for the perfect evening out.

        Notable Attractions

        Stretching between Dorset and East Devon, the Jurassic Coast is a beautiful World Heritage site with museums, fossils and scenic walkways to be discovered. Chimpanzee rescue centre Monkey World is near Wool, Poole has Dorset's largest harbour, and Lulworth Castle is a visually striking piece of architecture with a museum for visitors.

        Education Institutions in Dorset

        Kingston Maurward College
        Bournemouth & Poole College
        Moorlands College
        Bournemouth University
        Arts University Bournemouth