How much does a UK graduate earn?
Once you graduate and never again have to stress over dissertations, you may feel the hard work is over. Think again! Now starts the real test: putting that qualification to use.
Thanks to this
Walton Ronbinson infographic, here are the hard hitting facts on graduate employment. Takeaways
The best course employment rates are dentistry (92%) and education (89%).
The courses with the highest unemployment rates are computer science (13%), mass communications (12%), and creative arts (10%).
Three and a half years after graduating, medicine and dentistry students can expect to earn the most, while those on communication courses can expect to earn the lowest.
The University of Edinburgh has the highest graduation employment rate in the country (94.5%), while the University of Oxford has the lowest (90.2%).
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