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Topic Title: Graduate Employability.
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Created On: 25 September 2017 06:17 PM
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 Graduate Employability.   - Zoomup - 25 September 2017 06:17 PM  
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 25 September 2017 06:17 PM
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Zoomup

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A table has been compiled in a respected newspaper that shows the percentage of university graduates that are in professional jobs/study after six months of leaving university. Source:Higher Education Statistics Agency 2015-16.

1. Medicine 99.1
2. Dentistry. 97.9
3. Nursing. 96.7
4. Physiotherapy. 96.3.
5. Veterinary medicine. 95.9.
6. Radiography. 94.4.
7. Pharmacology and pharmacy. 93.3.
8. Building. 86.8.
9. Land and property management. 86.4.
10. Civil engineering. 83.9.
11. Other medical subjects. 82.6.
12. Architecture. 81.4.
13. Anatomy and physiology. 79.6.
14. Chemical engineering. 78.4.
15. Town and country planning and landscape. 78.2.
16. Chemistry. 78.1.
17. General engineering. 77.6.
18. Physics and astronomy. 77.3.
19. Electrical and electronic engineering. 77.0.
20. Mechanical engineering. 76.9

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 25 September 2017 08:32 PM
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I thought the 1st 3 years of '1' was '13' ?

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 26 September 2017 12:00 AM
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gkenyon

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By virtue of discipline:

Medicine and related subjects: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 13 (total 8 of the 20)

Engineering & related subjects: 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 17, 19, 20 (8 of the 20 subjects)

Science: 16; 18 (2 of the 20 subjects)

Veterinary medicine (1 of the 20 subjects)

Architecture: 12 (1 of the 20 subjects)

So, for employability, Engineering ranks alongside Medicine as the best subject to study


The joy of Statistics

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 26 September 2017 07:28 AM
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Fm

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I wish info like this was passed to schools, my niece is in 4th year at secondary school, no idea that she tells us about what she wants to do, I showed her this list and at least she said she always liked no 5, that stimulated a good conversation
Thanks for the list
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