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(Original post by rah)
indeed, from the indepedent "A Graduate Prospects survey tracking the destination of those leaving university in 2001 found that clerical and secretarial occupations were by far the most popular destination for graduates of history, geography and psychology"

scary.
eek! i'm off to do a psychology degree! i plan doing a career related to my subject though, definately not secretarial!

history, geog and psych are really popular courses though so maybe this explains it, yet there are also relatively few careers directly related to them thus forcing graduates to go into other fields.
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