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Then Economics, engineering
This is just from my perceptions though! I could be wrong, I'm not saying this is an absolute.
Too many students pick it as a degree thinking it will prepare them for employment. It doesn’t. You need industry experience and commercial awareness plus a bunch of soft skills on top of a CS degree.
Economics seems to be the best paying across degrees, although I'm not really sure why econ graduates are shown to earn more than maths graduates?? Must be something funny with the data
In my years of study in HE I've come around to the thinking that other than medicine there are no "employable degrees", there are only employable graduates - and it very much depends on the individuals and what they've done to make themselves employable, rather than the subject they studied.
Also I feel like doing a super niche degree that is objectively not "employable" or at least relevant to the modern workplace explicitly and then still going on to make something of yourself is more impressive than just getting into an "employable degree" and hoping that you get a job with minimal effort involved
Yes. Computer science will teach you all of the fundamentals and help you adapt into any tech/IT related role. I've been working in software engineering and DevOps for around 10 years. Actually, a degree isn't even required.