Study pays off after three years;News amp; Opinion;News in Brief

3rd December 1999 at 00:00
NINE out of 10 students find a job in a graduate occupation within three and a half years of getting a degree, new research has shown. Many experienced unemployment or worked in non-graduate jobs before finding employment which matched the level of their education, the Warwick University study of 11,000 graduates from 1995 found. But three years after graduation, only 2 per cent were unemployed and only 10 per cent were in non-graduate jobs.

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