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These 12 Degree Subjects Have The Highest Employment Figures

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Ultimately, we all want to bag our dream job following our studies. Employment figures obviously vary dependant on our subjects though.

Competition for graduate jobs is tougher than ever – combined with astronomical tuition fees, students have the extra worry of getting a return for their years of hard work.

This is the latest data taken from The Telegraph’s ‘University Course Finder’ and their findings for the highest employment figures dependant on course subject.

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12. Historical and philosophical studies – 87.7%

 

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11. Engineering and technology – 87.8%

 

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10. Creative arts and design – 87.9%

 

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9. Languages – 88%

 

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8. Business and administrative studies 88.3%

 

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7. Biological sciences – 89.2%

 

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6. Law – 89.9%

 

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5. Architecture, building and planning – 90.1%

 

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4. Education – 94.4%

 

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3. Subjects allied to medicine – 95.3%

 

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2. Veterinary┬áscience – 95.9%

 

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1. Medicine and dentistry – 96.6%

 

 

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