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    Whats your point?
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Whats your point?
    I would think it is obvious. Some people (probably a lot of people) are looking for high paying jobs when they graduate. This list could be one of many elements to use to base your choice of Uni.
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    Not clear how they're determining how much of the salary difference is being 'delivered' by the university and how much is down to the traits that get students into those places in the first place.

    on an interesting note, London Met takes a dump on Durham in the next table on that page...

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    No source, no date, no explanation of cohort, no definitions, no context..

    [Essentially the sort of data that any first year social science student would recognise as total garbage.]
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    (Original post by Film)
    I would think it is obvious. Some people (probably a lot of people) are looking for high paying jobs when they graduate. This list could be one of many elements to use to base your choice of Uni.
    So if you go to one of he leading universities like Imperial, Oxbridge or LSE then as a collective you might earn marginally more money? Deep.
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    (Original post by returnmigrant)
    No source, no date, no explanation of cohort, no definitions, no context..

    [Essentially the sort of data that any first year social science student would recognise as total garbage.]
    Quite. Only go to Imperial then because everyone pools and shares their salaries......
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    (Original post by Joinedup)
    Not clear how they're determining how much of the salary difference is being 'delivered' by the university and how much is down to the traits that get students into those places in the first place.

    on an interesting note, London Met takes a dump on Durham in the next table on that page...

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    London met 😂😂 how?!
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    (Original post by returnmigrant)
    No source, no date, no explanation of cohort, no definitions, no context..

    [Essentially the sort of data that any first year social science student would recognise as total garbage.]
    it's from a recruitment agent's website...

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    Is this data is from an online survey?
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    Lol this can't be right. I've never met a graduate after first year that makes money like that. Which courses are these results this based on?
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    (Original post by returnmigrant)
    No source, no date, no explanation of cohort, no definitions, no context..

    [Essentially the sort of data that any first year social science student would recognise as total garbage.]
    And no information about course ratios. A university that awards relatively more degrees to high paying career paths would have a higher average graduate salary regardless of how competitive the students are.
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    (Original post by Boredom101)
    Lol this can't be right. I've never met a graduate after first year that makes money like that. Which courses are these results this based on?
    you haven't met a lot of graduates then

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    you haven't met a lot of graduates then

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    That's why I asked which course lol.
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    (Original post by Boredom101)
    That's why I asked which course lol.
    not even about courses, tis about jobs

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    i mean...it wasn't obvious already that London graduates make the most money? They're likely to stay in London and be paid London wages?
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    Shock, horror, a STEM university in London has the highest paid graduates.
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    Another top-quality thread lmao.

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    (Original post by NOONA.)
    London met 😂😂 how?!
    Well it is in London I guess...
 
 
 
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