How seriously should you take graduate salaries for a course?
Like, how important is it as a factor for choosing a university or degree. Is it a stupid thing to do to choose a course at a university that has a higher average graduate salary for a course, even though it has a really low student satisfaction rating and relatively mediocre teaching?
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- Thread Starter
- 07-10-2017 20:51
- 07-10-2017 20:53
Well do take into account that there is far less divergence between salaries at 6 months than there is at 5 years.
Grad salaries do not determine your particular level of earnings. More importantly, they are influenced by a variety of factors exterior to the course itself, such as uni location, the socioeconomic background of its students, etc.