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    I'd like to see this fountain of £35k+ starting salary grad jobs....
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    Degree: Mathematics with Secondary Education

    Jobs/Careers of Interest: Teaching matheamtics, then head of mathematic while starting an education business and maybe change the world educationally in the poorest regions.

    Graduate Salary Expected: start... £22,000 will rapidly rise with business and teaching.
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    Degree: MChem

    Jobs/Careers of Interest: PhD then Research or Finance.

    Graduate Salary Expected: After my PhD around 22k would be nice or if I go into finance somewhere around 25k.
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    (Original post by sabana)
    Degree: Maths
    Career of interest: Maths teacher
    Expected starting salary: 22k
    Do you know about Mathematics with Secondary Education? It puts teaching and mathematic studying into 3 years rather than 6.
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    Degree: Natural Sciences/Biochemistry
    Jobs/Careers of Interest: Research scientist most likely? Open to other opportunities too
    Graduate Salary Expected: No idea. I sure hope I can start with at least £25k
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    Degree: Computer Science.

    Jobs/Careers of interest: Software developer or analyst. Who knows?

    Graduate salary expected: ~£23,000
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    (Original post by Cobalt_)
    Degree: MChem

    Jobs/Careers of Interest: PhD then Research or Finance.

    Graduate Salary Expected: After my PhD around 22k would be nice or if I go into finance somewhere around 25k.
    That's a low expectation for finance...
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    Degree: Maths and Computer Science (Data Science)
    Jobs/Careers of Interest: TMT/Tech Coverage - Investment Banking (IBD), Strategy Consulting
    Graduate Salary Expected: IBD: £50k base, 30-50% bonus. Strat: £35-40k base, 10% bonus.

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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    Do you know about Mathematics with Secondary Education? It puts teaching and mathematic studying into 3 years rather than 6.
    Nope I don't I'm planning on a PGCE, also teaching is only 4 years usually. 3 yrs for your bachelors degree and 1 yr for pgce.
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    Degree: Chemistry
    Jobs/Careers of Interest: Chemical Engineering
    Graduate Salary Expected: 29k
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    That's a low expectation for finance...
    Not expecting much, will be happy with around 25k.

    If I get more its just a plus.
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    (Original post by Cobalt_)
    Not expecting much, will be happy with around 25k.

    If I get more its just a plus.
    Fair game, it's a good attitude to have tbf

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    Keep in mind that most jobs in Finance are cutthroat; it's extremely competitive and some people after getting in decide they don't like the long hours and quit.
    But the huge salary is a plus
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    (Original post by Guls)
    Degree: Chemistry
    Jobs/Careers of Interest: Chemical Engineering
    Graduate Salary Expected: 29k
    Getting a job in chemical engineering from a Chemistry?
    Are you planning to do a masters or something to specialise?
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Fair game, it's a good attitude to have tbf

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    (Original post by Cobalt_)
    Getting a job in chemical engineering from a Chemistry?
    Are you planning to do a masters or something to specialise?
    yeah. either one in chemical engineering or process engineering.
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    (Original post by Guls)
    yeah. either one in chemical engineering or process engineering.
    Ah far enough, good luck!
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    (Original post by Cobalt_)
    Ah far enough, good luck!
    thanks. you too!
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    Degree : Aerospace engineering
    Jobs/Careers of Interest: Pilot
    Graduate Salary Expected: £30k
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    Don't quite see what being an attorney or an accountant has to do with chemistry
 
 
 
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