New research has revealed that people who graduated in 2006 are
experiencing the lowest level of unemployment for a number of
The Higher Education Careers Services Unit's (Hecsu) What Do
Graduates Do? report found that first degree
graduates from 2006 have seen a six per cent rate of unemployment,
Noting that unemployment was at its lowest rate since 2000, Hecsu
also highlighted that average starting salaries for graduates have
According to the news provider, Mike Hill, chief executive of
Hecsu, said that the findings of the report offered a "positive
picture" of graduate career prospects.
"We have record numbers of graduates successfully pursuing a wide
variety of career options, not necessarily related to their
degrees, with big gains across many subject areas," he
The Higher Education Statistics Agency recently reported that
graduates leaving university with the lowest degree classifications
are approximately 2.5 times more likely to be unemployed six months
following their graduation than those who achieved firsts.
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