One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who is being trained to be a manager in a company or organization.‘he joined the company as a management trainee in 1961’
- ‘Nearly 100% of our senior management started out as management trainees.’
- ‘During a 20-year career, she rose from management trainee to become the only female director.’
- ‘They aim to grow from the level of management trainee, to Brand Executives and then to Brand Managers.’
- ‘At the end of the training period, management trainees become an assistant manager in their chosen discipline and can rapidly progress.’
- ‘Most large retail companies operate management trainee programs for college graduates to orient them to the industry.’
- ‘Under this scheme, management trainees are expected to learn and acquire considerable expertise in a number of areas of the firm.’
- ‘I was a graduate management trainee for a foam manufacturer in Manchester after graduating in business studies at university.’
- ‘She spent 18 months in South Africa before becoming a management trainee with a chain of supermarkets.’
- ‘I actually looked at going into a maths role with them, but I also considered a management trainee scheme.’
- ‘Nowadays the firm expects its entry-level management trainees to have good upper second-class degrees.’
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