A new egg for the egg box

LSM student Ami Petch has joined Electric Egg as a full-time production and post-production intern after completing her Media Production BA(hons) studies. Ami joins founding directors Neil Baker and Steven Hatton as Electric Egg’s first full-time employee. Ami was offered the role after impressing Neil and Steve on work experience with the award-winning production company. Continue reading

Female graduates still earn less than men

According to a new study published last week, female graduates can expect to earn thousands of pounds a year less than male graduates with similar qualifications. This is not a new story – “Underlying all of the analyses… is the fact that male graduates earn more than females. We drew attention to this in our studies of the 1995 and 1999 graduating cohorts. The same results are still in evidence some 10 years later.”
What does this mean for our graduates and students? If you have personal experience of pay inequality among media graduates, or you simply want to air an opinion, please do submit a comment!

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Enterprise and Employability Week

From Lesley McCarron:

Enterprise and Employability Week and Find Your Feet Fair
12-16 November 2012

The week will include a host of different events open to all students, recent graduates and all alumni of the University of Lincoln. Continue reading

“The Graduate” (BBC Radio 4)

As scary  rumours about graduate employment abound, Radio 4 is running a programme in which a group of alumni in the class of 2009 have been tracked since graduation, to get a clearer picture of the national situation.

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