The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper


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High salaries not key to retaining graduates, survey suggests

According to students and recent graduates, pay-rate is not as important as training and potential for promotion

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Post-graduation blues need a place on the mental health agenda

Whilst it is encouraging to see more focus on the importance of addressing student mental health, the issue of post-graduate depression is often overlooked

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Manchester’s most popular job sectors revealed

Research carried out by independent job board CV-Library has indicated the most sought-after job sectors in Manchester

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Moving home after university is negatively impacting graduates’ careers

A Resolution Foundation study has found that graduates not moving for work is having a marked effect on Britain’s dismal pay and productivity records

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Graduates might be earning less than non-graduates

Gender, parental income, university, and subject choice have large impacts on earning power, IFS finds

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The Student Survey misses the point

Elliott Mills examines what the questionnaire tells us about university life

Demand for graduates in the job market has risen according to a report. Photo: University of Manchester

Demand for graduates up – slightly

0.1 percent increases in graduate employment rate, private spending