Despite a recent lull, Manchester United have earnt their right to be coined as the biggest football club in England. A period of dominance saw the Red Devils muscle their way into a selected conversation of elite European super-clubs. Such grew their brand exponentially throughout the world. Manchester United is the envy of most commercially, regardless of on-pitch performance.
Boasting a global community of over 1.1 billion people and 61 trophies won, it's clear to see why such envy emanates. Sir Alex Ferguson's fruitful siege on football on the continent moulded the club into what it is today. Now in the hands of former player Ole Gunnar Solskjær, plans are afoot to return Manchester United to their glory days. Perhaps this is the optimal time to embark on a career at Manchester United?
Although a monster in terms of churning out revenue, Manchester United seemingly does not pay its employees the national living wage. Irrespective of paying national minimum wage within their organisation, from nearly 200 reviews on Glassdoor, Manchester United have an 82% 'recommend careers at Manchester United to a friend' rating.
A club at the core of English football, backed by a fanatical worldwide reach, can also result in a recipe for career opportunities. The following highlights are benefits to a career at Manchester United, which we collated from former and current employees:
Old Trafford's 75,000 strong capacity stands as the highest count in the Premier League, 13,000 more than Tottenham's new stadium. The hustle and bustle of matchday and the collective excitement from those of a United persuasion make careers at Manchester United, and Old Trafford in particular, highly appealing.