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    For example would a job in IT thay pays say £25k a year and you need a degree to do it (but they don't say this on the job advert just in case some hightly suitable candindates apply without a degree) would this be considered a graudate level job?
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    For example would a job in IT thay pays say £25k a year and you need a degree to do it (but they don't say this on the job advert just in case some hightly suitable candindates apply without a degree) would this be considered a graudate level job?
    Graduate Job = Job that requires the knowledge and skills that you acquire through gaining a higher level qualification (IMO anyway). I don't think salary really matters but I'm going to assume that any job needing these skills will pay fairly well.

    Yeah I think the job you described would be graduate level employment (again this is my opinion only).
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    For example would a job in IT thay pays say £25k a year and you need a degree to do it (but they don't say this on the job advert just in case some hightly suitable candindates apply without a degree) would this be considered a graudate level job?
    :confused: Is a job that you need a degree to do a graduate level job? Haven't you answered the question yourself?
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    :confused: Is a job that you need a degree to do a graduate level job? Haven't you answered the question yourself?
    But its not quite that simple, for example most I.T jobs you probably don't need to be a graduate to physicaly do, but the market forces mean that you need be a graduate.
 
 
 
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