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Graduate employment

The following charts are taken from our Statistical First Release on the destinations of leavers roughly six months after they graduate.

Update 10 Aug: We've just published the results of a survey of graduates 3.5 years after graduation. View the results now.

You can find definitions, notes and further commentary in the Statistical First Release.

 

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Median salaries of UK domiciled full-time leavers who obtained first degree qualifications and entered full-time paid work in the UK 2011/12 to 2015/16

 

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SFR245: Chart 2 - Median salaries of UK domiciled full-time leavers who obtained first degree qualifications and<br />
entered full-time paid work in the UK 2011/12 to 2015/16

 


 

      

 
 

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Percentage of UK domiciled leavers in full-time paid work in the UK by salary band and sex 2015/16

 

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SFR245: Chart 4 - Percentage of UK domiciled leavers in full-time paid work in the UK by salary band and sex 2015/16

 


 

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Median salary of UK domiciled full-time leavers who obtained first degree qualifications and entered full-time paid work in the UK by subject area and professional/non-professional marker 2015/16

 

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SFR245: Chart 6 - Median salary of UK domiciled full-time leavers who obtained first degree qualifications and entered full-time paid work in the UK by subject area and occupational classification 2015/16

 

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