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Carlo Pandian, Account Executive, Tug Search

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15:47 PM | 13 March 2013
by Adam Oldfield
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Carlo Pandian is an Italian expat living in London. He works at Tug Agency helping with search engine optimisation, content marketing and link building activities in the travel, B2B and healthcare sectors.

Carlo Pandian is an Italian expat living in London. He works at Tug Agency helping with search engine optimisation, content marketing and link building activities in the travel, B2B and healthcare sectors. Carlo moved to the UK four years ago and after going through low skilled and un-paid jobs he landed his first digital marketing and advertising role in 2011. Happy to share tips with the community of futurerising and help job seekers find a job in the industry.

What was your first ever job?  

I helped my father in his chocolate shop and I loved doing that. My first seasonal job was at McDonald’s in Italy.

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