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I'm thinking of applying to PPE, and I'm just wondering what kind of salary most people get out of it?
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I'm thinking of applying to PPE, and I'm just wondering what kind of salary most people get out of it?
Yes and no. It doesn't guarantee anything
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I'm thinking of applying to PPE, and I'm just wondering what kind of salary most people get out of it?
depends where, Oxbridge and top unis most likely, other unis not so much the case
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Yeah, so long as you don’t specialise in philosophy and focus on economics over politics. You can get your normal jobs a politics degree would get and you get most of the standard economics jobs but a lot of economics today is dependent on global politics (a key aspect to the politics part of PPE) which would give you an upper hand to global/international trading.

I think you’d have to take it at one of the Top 15 universities for it to be worthwhile, since with the best jobs that PPE can open you up to, you as a person hold more value than the degree does. Unlike a meidc (or most degrees) where the degree is held above the person. So going to a top university gives you the credibility needed and can support you become that great individual.
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doesn't work that way.

you're the one that gets yourself a good paying based on your own qualities, experience amd interviewing skills. your degree is there to tick a box.

if you're unemployable and come across as a douche, you will not get a job regardless of what degree you do.

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Yeah, so long as you don’t specialise in philosophy and focus on economics over politics. You can get your normal jobs a politics degree would get and you get most of the standard economics jobs but a lot of economics today is dependent on global politics (a key aspect to the politics part of PPE) which would give you an upper hand to global/international trading.

I think you’d have to take it at one of the Top 15 universities for it to be worthwhile, since with the best jobs that PPE can open you up to, you as a person hold more value than the degree does. Unlike a meidc (or most degrees) where the degree is held above the person. So going to a top university gives you the credibility needed and can support you become that great individual.
thank you, are you a PPE graduate yourself? And if so, what did you do/or are thinking of doing after u finish ur course?
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what kind of jobs should I seek together a goo salary?
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