A look at this week's three companies will broaden the mind to considering industries you may not have yet considered.
Eddie Stobart is one of the UK's most well-known companies - it's hard to travel across the country without seeing one of its branded trucks. Stobart Group, through IPO and acquisition, has expanded across Europe and into logistics, refrigerated freight and rail. Business Analysts should check out this pan-European UK-based company.
Eddie Stobart career site
Hays, the recruitment firm, has hailed 2017 a "milestone" year for the company. Hays has tranformed itself from a UK-based operator to a global operator. Pre-tax profits were £204m on fees of £954m, up 17.8% on the previous year. Hays serve over 20 specialisms, covering everything from accountancy and finance to construction, IT, education and healthcare. Across many of these sectors, Hays has also specialised teams dedicated to public services, not-for-profit, executive and international recruitment.
Hays career site
Want to help build the technologies of the twenty-first century? Hyperloop One is aiming to do just that with a low-pressure tube transport system large enough to transport vehicles along it at speed up over 600mph. Where tubes are too disruptive above ground, Hyperloop One plans to tunnel under the earth. Barely three years old, Hyperloop One isn't the typical company we feature at Great Careers but if you want to build your career rather than simply serve time, check out their opportunities.
Hyperloop One career site