Humanities graduates do well in job stakes

July 11, 1997

ARTS and humanities graduates do just as well in the jobs market as graduates of more vocational courses, researchers have found. Humanities Graduates and the World of Work, a survey of employers, by the Council of University Deans of Arts and Humanities and the Council of Industry and Higher Education, found arts graduates were prized for their academic rigour and their range of skills.

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