Executive search: A cheat sheet

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Deciding on your career path can be incredibly tricky for new graduates. With the world of work constantly changing and new roles popping up all the time in response, what you may have thought you wanted to do when you entered university may not exist when you finish!

Nowhere is this more obvious than in support. Secretarial jobs in London don’t look like they used to, while traditional support roles have expanded to include a diverse variety of responsibilities. Executive search is just one of the industries where this has happened, with plenty of opportunities for rewarding and challenging roles.

Have you ever considered executive search as a career pathway? The below infographic demonstrates just where it could take you.

Looking for a new role in executive search? Tiger can help! Get in touch today.

Author Rebecca Siciliano Tiger Recruitment Team

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