What do graduates do? presents findings from the Higher Education Statistics Agency's Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey (DLHE). It examines first degree graduate destinations six months after they graduated. The publication is produced by HECSU and AGCAS.
Employment prospects for 2012/13 first degree graduates dramatically improved compared to 2011/12 graduates. The proportion of graduates working in professional and managerial jobs in the UK had increased and the unemployment rate decreased from 8.5% to 7.3%. Read more about the outcomes of 2012/13 graduates from six subject areas covering 28 subjects. Find out more about how mature graduates do in the labour market in a new article.
Of the 256,350 UK-domiciled graduates who responded to the survey:
Due to the methodological changes to HESA's DLHE survey we can only compare the 2012/13 graduate cohort with the 2011/12 cohort. However, comparisons haven't been made between the cohorts of computer science and IT graduates due to the change in the disciplines included for What do graduates do?. For more details about the DLHE survey see the HESA website and see more What do graduates do? for supporting information about the 2014 edition of What do graduates do?
Download information for individual subjects from What do graduates do? 2014. To help you interpret the data in the subject data pages, download the data explained pages.
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