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7 days ago

Pearson Freelance Primary Trainer

Pearson London, England

A Pearson Freelance Primary Trainer delivers training on our products to primary school practitioners. This includes full day, half day and online… Adzuna

2 days ago

Learning & Development Regional Leader - EMEA – new

Pearson London, England

** *Strategy and design:* •Within the Talent CoE & as part of the Pearson learning and development leadership team, provide strategic thought… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Business Analyst, Circulation – new

Pearson VUE London, England

Commercial Liaison • Provide support and guidance to those in the business responsible for the circulation • Represent Finance across the… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Finance Manager, Strategic Planning and Marketing – new

Pearson VUE London, England

At Pearson, were committed to a world thats always learning and to our talented team who makes it all possible. From bringing lectures vividly to… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Deputy Editor, Money Management

Pearson VUE London, England

In this role you will provide support to the editor and: · Work with the commercial team to plan and implement a programme of supplements… Glassdoor

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    Corporate hell

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    Former Employee - Product Manager in London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Product Manager in London, England (UK)

    I worked at Pearson full-time (more than 5 years)


    Being able to leave that terrible place by 4pm everyday and having 30 days leave every year are about the only positives I can draw from working there for 5 years.


    This is an extremely corporate environment where only the most cut-throat of people can climb the ladder. The pay is poor, especially for London and there is very little chance of pay increases to match your experience in any given role. The higher powers have no interest in meeting anyone below them and constant "restructures" are unsettling.
    The constantly changing education market is also frustrating to work within as the metaphorical goal-posts are constantly shifting. Lots and lots of red tape.

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    Offer some sort of system where you can progress through levels within your role that will help you move up the corporate ladder.

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