The highest-paying graduate jobs in Bath

One of the hardest parts about being a graduate is finding the right job. After years of university, graduates are wanting a job to use their degree, whilst earning a decent amount of money so they can start paying back their student loans. To help you out, here are the highest paying graduate jobs in Bath.

Graduate Structural Engineer – Hays Specialist Recruitment

£24k – £28k per year

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If you have a degree in Structural engineering then this could be the job for you. Not only do they pay £24,000 to £28,000 a year, you will also have 25 days holiday, plus bank holidays, and pension contributions.

Graduate Developer – ADLIB Recruitment

£20k – £30k per year

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ADLIB are looking for a graduate to help them devel

Graduate sales executive – Randstad

£24k – £27k with Y1 OTE of £32k

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If the salary wasn’t enough to get you interested in this position, they also offer graduated bespoke training and support. Plus, there are even some international travel opportunities, and you would be provided with a laptop and phone.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer – IO Associates

£25 – £30k per year

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If you are wanting to be a mechanical engineer then look no further as IO Associates are wanting a graduate to join them! The salary will be anything from £25,000 to £30,000 depending on experience.

Graduate Business Development Executive – Pareto

£25k (up to £37k OTE)

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The salary for a Business Development Executive starts at £25,000, but there is a potential OTE of up to £37,000! You will also get a company car, laptop and mobile phone. This is surely a graduates dream.

Graduate / Junior Embedded Software Engineer – IntaPeople Limited

£25k – £40k per year

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At the top of our list is the Embedded Software Engineer for IntaPeople Limited, where you could earn £25,000 to £40,000 a year depending on experience. Applicants should have a degree in a relevant subject and experience with embedded C/C++.

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