Dosh is not everything

June 25, 2004

You highlight that numbers of graduates are still paid well under £20,000 a year - bad news for any form of graduate tax, clearly. But has the heretical thought occurred that in some cases this may be because graduates are doing jobs they want to do, rather than high-paying ones? And I guess the rest are lecturers.

Keith Flett

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