Tagged: Careers

'Scholarly publishing is certainly a vocation'

To coincide with Academic Book Week Brendan George, publisher for philosphy at Palgrave Macmillan, on the importance of scholarly publishing. Read more

Young, BAME, and chasing the 'alternative route into publishing' dream

Marianne Tatepo on the path to publishing for people from ethnically diverse backgrounds. Read more

'Let them read books': why publishing needs to pay its interns

Canelo's Simon Collinson on why publishing should pay all interns. Read more

Levelling the playing field

Publishers are changing the entry-level criteria for prospective candidates simply to secure the best talent, argues Neil Morrison. Read more

Bonnier: don’t give us the third degree

Bonnier Publishing's c.e.o. Richard Johnson on why he thinks that having a university degree should not be a pre-requisite for working in publishing.  ... Read more

Why PRH is scheming on recruitment

Penguin Random House UK has launched a new initiative to find four budding marketers to work across their imprints and locations. The first... Read more

What about sales?

I went to the Society of Young Publishers Careers Speed dating event last night (25th February) as part of team sales. Each major area of... Read more

Freelancing and mental health in the publishing industry

Freelancing and mental health in the publishing industry

Reedsy's Thao Nguyen reflects on some of the benefits and challenges of being your own boss. Read more

Octopus partners with Allbright on wellbeing events

Octopus Publishing Group and global careers network AllBright have teamed up to launch a virtual wellbeing event series in May.    ... Read more

My Job in Five: Lucy Jones

Pan Macmillan's Lucy Jones gives The Bookseller an insight into her role as UK sales key account executive. Read more

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