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How much is your degree worth?

21 Dec 2017

Recent research published by the Institute of Fiscal Studies suggests that graduates are nearly always better off with a degree under their belt! The research estimates suggest that over the course of a lifetime, women can expect to earn about £250,000 more if they have a degree, while the figure is roughly £170,000 for men.

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The research also shows which subjects can produce the biggest future earnings. 

For example, five years after graduation, graduates of medicine earn an average of £46,700, while those who studied economics earn around £40,000. Creative arts graduates earn an average of £20,100) and Agriculture graduates earn around £22,000 per annum after five years.

To view the full research findings visit the full article here.

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