Economics vs law vs Accounting and financeWatch
Law is a mixed bag. Salaries can be huge at the top firms but it's competitive and some trainee salaries are pretty low so you'd need to work your way up.
On average Economics come out top of the three in terms of earning potential. But there’s plenty of Economics graduates from the universities you mentioned earning below average salaries and who are unemployed.
There is no measure to suggest which would give then better job security.
Yes could be equally of other degrees.
But the ways in which employment is defined is questionable and the measure is only measured on one day, typically 6 months after graduation (will go up to 18 months).
You can’t truly measure the employment rate though.
which degree is better in terms of job prospects and job security as well as salary? If I was to do law it would be at KCL, UCL, Warwick or York. accounting and finance/economics would be at Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds or Lancaster.
what will really determine whether you end up in a good job or not is how you spend your non-academic time at uni - not what course you do.
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