Who you are
Based on your survey answers, your skills, personal values, preferred roles and what you value in an employer, you have fallen into the category of communicator! According to your answers, here is how we would describe your career persona:
- You are likely to be a people person and would much rather be working collaboratively or representing a team, than working independently. Your answers imply you have excellent communication skills meaning you are a good negotiator, and you would excel in customer-facing roles.
- At university, you are likely to get involved in multiple events, nightlife and enjoy a wide social circle. With your ability to express your thoughts clearly and to connect and inspire people around you, you likely took part in stimulating student activities like the debating society or student radio.
- Professionally, you might want to consider an employer who will give you high levels of personal responsibility and create a collaborative environment amongst colleagues and teams. You are not likely to be easily pinned down and are looking for varied and interesting work, ideally working for a global company with international travel opportunities.
Roles to consider
Below are the sectors and roles you will likely enjoy working in. However, your skills will be valuable in any graduate role and across all sectors.
Skills to work on
You are likely to have high levels of the following skills and competencies, which will make you attractive to graduate recruiters. These are also strengths worth focusing on and developing further in your career to set you apart.
- Negotiation skills
- Commercial awareness
- Working well under pressure
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The rankings below give you an overview of the top 300 graduate employers in the UK, as voted for by students and graduates. Using the information we’ve provided for your career type, you can research the top student employers in your sectors/areas of interest.