The new University Challenge: Justify top fees as only half of graduates get graduate-level jobs

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Research shows that a third of recent UK graduates earn well below the national average wage, while women are paid less than men six months after graduation

Posted inNews archiveon20 Nov 2017 Company ProfileCIPDView profile » Just half (52%) of graduates are in graduate-level jobs six months after graduation Almost a third (29%) of graduates are on a salary of less than £20,000 six months after graduation, well below the UK average of £28,300 Women on average are paid £21,500 six months after graduation, compared to an average salary of £24,000 for male graduates STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering

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