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Graduate job hunters advised to consider travel industry
Thursday, 18 February 2010
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Graduate job hunters looking for a degree-level job may be interested to hear that holiday provider Thomson's graduate scheme involves a £500 subsidised holiday as part of its employee benefits package.
In addition to the potentially free holiday, the firm also offers 25 days holiday allowance, an obligatory pension scheme, life assurance and some other enticing benefits, the Independent reports.
Jeannine Martin, the manager in charge of graduate recruitment at TUI Travel UK & Ireland, told the paper: "Once you've been with us for a year, one of the perks we offer is £500 of subsidised holiday concessions you can spend on anything you want.
"The trainees will spend the majority of their time at head office in Luton, but as part of one of their assignments they will spend up to three months working overseas in one of our resorts."
As of 2008, TUI Travel UK & Ireland, whose headquarters are in Crawley, Sussex, employed over 50,000 people.
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