A new survey
by Association of Graduate Recruiters has shown that a career in
law may be a safe option for graduates looking for a high, relatively stable
As the employers of many of the UK's law graduates, firms in the
City tend to suffer less from market volatility than other
industries, meaning that remuneration is relatively constant,
reports the Financial Times.
This comes in the light of news that investment banks and fund
managers have chosen to reduce their starting salaries for new
graduates due to the current economic climate, says the
Figures show that the average salary for new graduates is down some
£500 to £35,000, while salaries in law are expected to increase by
around three per cent making the average £36,000.
However, despite the ongoing turbulence in the markets, investment
banks and fund managers are still expecting to see a 28 per cent
increase in graduate vacancies.
In related news, Ofsted has suggested that graduate trainee
teachers are highly beneficial to challenging schools, reports the
Pareto - Graduate Banking Sales Jobs with the UK's financial organisations
companies earning up to £35k OTE
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