8 graduate jobs at companies that have revealed what salary you'll earn

Lara Billington
Content Marketing Executive

Employers want to know everything about you, so isn't being told what salary you'll earn the least you deserve? 

Here's 8 companies who're being transparent about what you'll earn in their roles. And why wouldn't they? Because at these organisations, you can look forward to very decent salaries of up to £51k. 


1. Page Group - Marketing and Sales Graduate at Reckitt Benckiser

  • Where: Berkshire
  • Salary: £30,000
  • When to apply: ASAP


How does working with key retail brands like Tesco, Boots, Asda and Sainsbury's sound to you? Well, that's what you'll be doing when you join Reckitt Benckiser, the world's leading consumer health, hygiene and nutrition company, as a Marketing and Sales Graduate. You'll move through rotations in Field Sales, Digital, Brand Marketing and National Accounts, so that by the end of the programme you'll have a well-rounded skill-set. From there, who knows? The world will be your oyster. 


Business management graduates, growing Care Services company CCS want you to join their Graduate Management Scheme. You'll be joining the team in Edinburgh or Glasgow, where you'll spend two years learning the ropes of Operations, HR and Finance. As well as having lots of opportunity for internal progression, you'll also start on a very decent salary of £27k. Who could say no? 



No matter what degree subject you chose, the opportunity to become an ICAEW Chartered Accountant is open to you. With the ACA on your CV, you can work in any industry around the world, meaning that you can shape your career around your interests and expect to earn a very decent salary as you do so.


As a Community Manager and Qualitative Researcher at incling, a fast-growing market research consultancy, you'll be doing everything from setting up online communities, to liaising with clients, to writing up qualitative reports. Whilst you will need to be passionate about pursuing a career in research, incling will provide you with the training required to become an expert in this role. If you're organised, detail-oriented and a good team player, apply now.


A £30-33k starting salary, 22 days holiday, a performance-based bonus, a new MacBook and discounts across Sainsbury's, Argos, Habitat and more is what you can expect when you join Sainsbury's on their Engineering Jumpstart Programme. They appreciate that everyone's background and journey looks different and that's why they don't focus on where you've come from, but what you can build and how you can drive innovation. 


Lidl moves fast, so if you want a graduate role where you can roll your sleeves up and get stuck in, look no further. On this Logistics Graduate Programme you'll learn all about the process of receiving, picking and distributing goods to store, before training to become an Assistant Team Manager in your second year. You'll need grit and determination for this challenging role, but you'll be rewarded for your hard work with a £37,000 starting salary. 


Consider yourself a bit of a Del Boy? Bring your knack for sales, confidence and communication skills to Tempo and join their mission to connect job seekers to London's fastest-growing startups and scale ups. You'll be challenged with seeking new business opportunities and generating leads in new and creative ways. In return, you'll receive a salary of between £25 - £40k. 


Put the graft in and you could be looking at on-target earnings of up to £50,000 in your first year at Maclean Moore. You'll enter a structured training programme designed to equip you with the skills and experience to progress throughout the company. You should be competitive, ambitious and ready to work hard - if that's you, don't miss out.