Social Science Graduates More Likely to be Employed Than Science or Arts Graduates


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The Campaign for Social Science reports that social science graduates are more likely to get jobs after their first degree than graduates in other areas such as science and the arts.

The report also indicates that a higher proportion of social science graduates are in managerial and senior official roles. The report, with data extracted from information gathered by the Higher Education Statistics Agency, also documents quotes from recent graduates.


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