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    Dentistry graduates earn TWICE as much as creative degrees | Daily Mail Online

    What the top 20 degrees will earn you five years after graduating

    1. Medicine and dentistry £47,300

    2. Economics £37,900

    3. Veterinary science £34,900

    4. Mathematical sciences £33,100

    5. Engineering and technology £32,600

    6. Nursing £28,500

    7. Computer science £27,800

    8. Languages (including English studies) £27,400


    And earn £400 pa more than someone who studied English and less than a nurse!

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    there you see there must be a shortage!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vetran View Post
    there you see there must be a shortage!
    Considering someone on work experience here at current client just received an honours in computer science and mathematics and doesn't know what binary or RPN is, I'm not surprised it's on the tulip list!

    Btw, aren't medical degrees somewhat longer in duration than the others?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post

    Btw, aren't medical degrees somewhat longer in duration than the others?
    Yes, about 6 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post
    Considering someone on work experience here at current client just received an honours in computer science and mathematics and doesn't know what binary or RPN is, I'm not surprised it's on the tulip list!

    Btw, aren't medical degrees somewhat longer in duration than the others?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post
    Considering someone on work experience here at current client just received an honours in computer science and mathematics and doesn't know what binary or RPN is, I'm not surprised it's on the tulip list!

    Btw, aren't medical degrees somewhat longer in duration than the others?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Dentistry graduates earn TWICE as much as creative degrees | Daily Mail Online

    What the top 20 degrees will earn you five years after graduating

    1. Medicine and dentistry £47,300

    2. Economics £37,900

    3. Veterinary science £34,900

    4. Mathematical sciences £33,100

    5. Engineering and technology £32,600

    6. Nursing £28,500

    7. Computer science £27,800

    8. Languages (including English studies) £27,400


    And earn £400 pa more than someone who studied English and less than a nurse!




    I haven't read the article but i would be well surprised if a Comp Science Grad is on £27k five years after their degree.
    Everything I have read is the shortage of computer science grads and demand is outstripping supply.

    IT Grad salaries seem to be £25k-£35k
    https://targetjobs.co.uk/career-sect...t-in-an-it-job

    Example re MI6 : https://www.technojobs.co.uk/job/252...ing-graduates/

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    Quote Originally Posted by saptastic View Post
    I haven't read the article but i would be well surprised if a Comp Science Grad is on £27k five years after their degree.
    Everything I have read is the shortage of computer science grads and demand is outstripping supply.

    IT Grad salaries seem to be £25k-£35k
    https://targetjobs.co.uk/career-sect...t-in-an-it-job

    Example re MI6 : https://www.technojobs.co.uk/job/252...ing-graduates/
    There's probably a significant geographical factor in the figures too.
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