Graduate cheer from job stability over time

December 12, 1997

Four years after graduating most people are in jobs they want, that are relevant to their degrees, carry responsibility and higher salaries, the Institute for Employment Studies following up a 1995 survey of Sussex University graduates and found that features of 1990s graduate employment, such as instability, career changes and underemployment, apply mainly to the early years.

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