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Thomson Reuters

Career Prospects

6.8 / 10

(based on 11 ratings in 2016)

2016

"Nine-month rotations ensure that you end up in the right area to move up quickly."
Graduate, London
"The graduate schemes are the best way through the door because they provide the best chance to learn about the company flexibly. However, I see many people who have been in the same position for over 10 years."
Graduate, lonon
"Once I am qualified, I think it will be quite simple. Nothing stands still in this organisation and employees are constantly shifting roles and getting new opportunities. If you don't like change, this company isn't for you!"
Finance, Graduate, London
"I feel that the possibility for promotion is available providing you prove your worth."
Midlevel, London
"It very much depends on where you sit within the business. The company tends to retain staff and is middle management heavy so promotions can be challenging."
Graduate, London
"I think you have to be here for a long time to reach the really high positions."
Graduate, London
"Moving roles is encouraged in the organisation and there are opportunities to move up fairly frequently."
Entry level, London
"I'm not too sure because I am still only a graduate, but I know there are positions available for when I finish on the scheme. I also hear that it is fairly easy to transfer into management if that's what I want to do."
Graduate, Nottingham

2014

"Business graduates are put on a fast track and tend to have very successful careers. Due to the level of responsibility and speed of advancement, a large chunk are poached to be managers at other companies."
Graduate, New York
"With a reorganization each year, some people are able to move up the ranks before the dust settles. Otherwise, I think there are a lot of horizontal shifts."
Midlevel, London
"There are continuous internal movements within the company which are often favoured over lateral hires. Speaking with a range of colleagues, they tend to have worked in at least three to four different roles at the company (changing on average every three-four years), each time moving up the ladder."
Graduate, London
"Speaking to people within the company it is clear to see that it is very easy to progress and to also move across into different business units."
Graduate, London
"There is a lot of investment into you as a graduate, as you are seen as a potential Thomson Reuters leader in the feature."
Graduate, London
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