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  1. Editors One of the most basic questions that graduates ask about their employment options is: “How much will I earn?” We use data from the longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey, that polls graduates from 2006/7 three and a half years after they left university, to answer this question. After 3.5 years, editors lie 138th in the most popular 200 job types for 2006/7 graduates, by salary, just above transport clerks, housing officers and employment agents and just below personal assistants and authors. The median salary for editors satisfied with their career to date was £23,000. What are the median salaries for editors in common industries? Business and research activities 24652 • 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for editors was £22,678 Community and social 22475 Manufacturing 22000 Accounts clerk 25.3% Publishing 21090 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for men working as editors was £24,000 The median salary for editors unsatisfied with their career to date was £17,988. Editors with English degrees earned the highest median salaries, £24,042. Journalism graduates earned £20,000. The small sample of media studies graduates working as editors earned a median of £27,516, but the sample is too small to draw conclusions. 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for women working as editors was £22,000 All of the data is taken from the HESA Longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey which was conducted in 2010/11 with graduates from UK universities to find out what they were doing 3.5 years after graduating in 2006/07. The median value lies in the middle of a set of values.

  2. Mechanical engineers One of the most basic questions that graduates ask about their employment options is: “How much will I earn?” We use data from the longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey, that polls graduates from 2006/7 three and a half years after they left university, to answer this question. After 3.5 years, mechanical engineers lie joint 45th in the most popular 200 job types for 2006/7 graduates, by salary, equal with sales managers, production managers, electrical engineers and construction managers, just above midwives and just below surveyors. The median salary for mechanical engineers who felt work experience was important for obtaining their current job was £28,018 What are the median salaries for mechanical engineers in common industries? • 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for mechanical engineers was £28,000 Oil, gas and mining 35500 Manufacturing 28109 The median salary for mechanical engineers who felt work experience was not important for obtaining their current job was £25,000 Consultancy 26216 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for men working as mechanical was £28,000 Construction 24397 The median salary for mechanical engineering graduates with an MEng was £29,168, compared with £25,925 for those who graduated with a BEng or equivalent. 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for women working as mechanical engineers was £29,125. Women made up 15% of the reporting cohort There were not enough unhappy graduates working as mechanical engineers to examine their salaries. All of the data is taken from the HESA Longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey which was conducted in 2010/11 with graduates from UK universities to find out what they were doing 3.5 years after graduating in 2006/07. The median value lies in the middle of a set of values.

  3. Events organisers One of the most basic questions that graduates ask about their employment options is: “How much will I earn?” We use data from the longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey, that polls graduates from 2006/7 three and a half years after they left university, to answer this question. After 3.5 years, events organisers lie joint 159th in the most popular 200 job types for 2006/7 graduates, by salary, equal to community workers, commercial artists and careers advisers, just below architectural assistants and just above photographers The median salary for events organisers satisfied with their career to date was £21,000. What are the median salaries for events organisers in common industries? Business and finance 23688 • 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for events organisers was £21,000 Education 21755 Health and social work 20967 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for men working as events organisers was £19,955 The median salary for events organisers unsatisfied with their career to date was £18,020. Arts, and recreation 20000 Events organisers with history degrees earned the highest median salaries, £23,064. Media studies graduates earned £22,530 and hospitality graduates £20,531. 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for women working as events organisers was £21,000 All of the data is taken from the HESA Longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey which was conducted in 2010/11 with graduates from UK universities to find out what they were doing 3.5 years after graduating in 2006/07. The median value lies in the middle of a set of values.

  4. Financial and investment analysts and advisers One of the most basic questions that graduates ask about their employment options is: “How much will I earn?” We use data from the longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey, that polls graduates from 2006/7 three and a half years after they left university, to answer this question. After 3.5 years, financial analysts lie joint 33rd in the most popular 200 job types for 2006/7 graduates, by salary, equal to Army officers, just above hospital matrons and just below business analysts and process engineers. The median salary for financial analysts satisfied with their career to date was £34,488. What are the median salaries for financial analysts in common industries? • 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for financial analysts was £31,000 Broking and fund management 40000 Management consultancy 36943 Banks 35930 Accountancy, audit and tax 31840 Accounts clerk 25.3% 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for men working as financial analysts was £32,000 The median salary for financial analysts unsatisfied with their career to date was £24,630. Financial analysts with economics degrees earned the highest median salaries, £33,550. Mathematicians earned £31,430. 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for women working as financial analysts was £30,000 All of the data is taken from the HESA Longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey which was conducted in 2010/11 with graduates from UK universities to find out what they were doing 3.5 years after graduating in 2006/07. The median value lies in the middle of a set of values.

  5. Graphic designers After 3.5 years, events organisers lie joint 173rd in the most popular 200 job types for 2006/7 graduates, by salary, equal to university clerks, web designers and purchasing officers, just below sports officials and junior prison officers and just above financial administrators and sports coaches. One of the most basic questions that graduates ask about their employment options is: “How much will I earn?” We use data from the longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey, that polls graduates from 2006/7 three and a half years after they left university, to answer this question. The median salary for graphic designers satisfied with their career to date was £20,000. What are the median salaries for graphic designers in common industries? • 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for graphic designers was £20,000 Software consultancy 26867 Market research etc 23000 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for men working as graphic designers was £21,000 Advertising 22290 The median salary for graphic designers unsatisfied with their career to date was £20,665. Publishing 21000 Printing 17000 After 3.5 years, graduates working as graphic designers who described the grade they got for their degree as ‘important’ for getting their current job, were earning a median salary of £20,000. Those who described their grade as ‘unimportant’ were earning £22,241 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for women working as graphic designers was £20,000 All of the data is taken from the HESA Longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey which was conducted in 2010/11 with graduates from UK universities to find out what they were doing 3.5 years after graduating in 2006/07. The median value lies in the middle of a set of values.

  6. Housing and homelessness officers One of the most basic questions that graduates ask about their employment options is: “How much will I earn?” We use data from the longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey, that polls graduates from 2006/7 three and a half years after they left university, to answer this question. After 3.5 years, housing officers lie 139th in the most popular 200 job types for 2006/7 graduates, by salary, just above transport clerks and employment agents and just below personal assistants and editors. The median salary for housing officers satisfied with their career to date was £24,000. What are the median salaries for housing officers in common industries? Education (mainly HE) 24017 • 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for housing officers was £22,755 Property development and renting 24005 Public administration and defense 24000 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for men working as housing officers was £25,000 The median salary for housing officers unsatisfied with their career to date was £19,107. Social and community work 20000 Housing officers with planning degrees earned the highest median salaries, £26,837. English graduates earned £22,100 and psychology graduates £21,885. 3.5 years after graduation, the median salary for women working as housing officers was £21,000 All of the data is taken from the HESA Longitudinal Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey which was conducted in 2010/11 with graduates from UK universities to find out what they were doing 3.5 years after graduating in 2006/07. The median value lies in the middle of a set of values.