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Medicine 43,383
Engineering 37,408
Physical/Environmental Subjects 32,186
Architecture 31,661
Maths or Computer Science 30,416
Business and Finance 26,992
Social Sciences and Law 26,651
Education 26,506
Languages 26,435
Agricultural Sciences 26,167
Medical related subjects 25,652
Technology 25,330
Biological Sciences 25,009
Linguistics English and Classics 23,879
Humanities 23,452
Media and Information Studies5 19,634
Arts 18,578
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That's a bit outreached getting approximately 43,000 pounds. That's only after years work.

After how many years of work is this Salary earned?
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How can you even say that about arts? Its the second biggest industry in the UK to banking? Wtf....
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Even if someone were just in it for the money, I wouldn't advise choosing a degree based on the "average" salary per subject, because it will often bear little reflection to how much you personally will earn following graduation.
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(Original post by theos1)
Annual Pay
Pounds
Medicine 43,383
Engineering 37,408
Physical/Environmental Subjects 32,186
Architecture 31,661
Maths or Computer Science 30,416
Business and Finance 26,992
Social Sciences and Law 26,651
Education 26,506
Languages 26,435
Agricultural Sciences 26,167
Medical related subjects 25,652
Technology 25,330
Biological Sciences 25,009
Linguistics English and Classics 23,879
Humanities 23,452
Media and Information Studies5 19,634
Arts 18,578
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(Original post by LiamMcMorrow)
How can you even say that about arts? Its the second biggest industry in the UK to banking? Wtf....
Maybe is based on jobs in the public sector
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G. D. Brezis,''top universities in europe'' pages 112-134, Chapter IV
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