5 jobs you'd be good at if you have a technology-related degree

Sally Bracegirdle
Head of Marketing

Got a degree in a technology-related subject? 

From Computer Science to Electronic Engineering and everything in between, the skills you've gained if you have been studying a degree related to technology make you perfect for the following jobs.

They're all available right now - don't miss out.


1. National Air Quality Testing Services - Funded PhD in Computing and Communications

  • Where: Lancaster University
  • Salary: £16,000 tax-free + funded tuition fees
  • Deadline: ASAP

If you have a Data Science, Computer Science or Environmental Science degree and you're looking to combine starting your career with furthering your education, this opportunity is for you. Working in collaboration with Lancaster University, you'll take part in a paid project that's focused on decarbonising the UK building stock, promoting good indoor air quality and reducing the likelihood of airborne virus transmission (very apt for 2020!). By the end of the project you'll have earned a tax-free salary, gained a PhD in Computing and Communications and will be in a really strong position to accelerate your career.


University of London Recruitment Services are searching for a Graduate BI Developer on behalf of Health Education England. They need someone with knowledge of one or more programming languages to join a team which develops systems and analytics to manage the training of over 20,000 junior doctors and their training placements in the NHS. If that sounds like something you could do, hit the link below to find out more and get your application in.


Gain an unparalleled understanding of businesses and the HR Technology industry in this role with TalenTeam. They're looking for a graduate that is as passionate about technology as they are about building relationships with people from various backgrounds. It's not obligatory that you have a technology-related degree to apply, but you will need to have good understanding of SCP Platform. If that's you, you know what to do...