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Transport for London set to hire 120 graduates
Wednesday, 10 December 2008
Transport and utilities
Graduate jobseekers in the capital may be aware that Transport for London plans to employ at least 120 university leavers in 2009.
According to the Times, which names the management network as one of its top 100 graduate employers, places on the corporate, engineering, technical and project coordination schemes are on offer.
During a series of six-month placements, graduates are supported by sponsors, mentors and line managers as they move towards qualification.
A starting salary of £24,500 in addition to free Oyster travel cards and 30 days holiday may be enough to encourage a high number of applications from skilled graduates.
The Times reports that around 25 to 50 applications are received per place, meaning interested individuals may wish to register their interest early.
All roads, rail and riverboat services in the capital are managed by Transport for London, which was created in 2000.