VIEW MOREARGO-E, the organization behind and Geo World is excited to announce the publication of the 2017 Geotechnical Business Directory.
The directory is published with the support of the Inte...
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The more you know, the better the decision you can make.” The report has come in the same week another from the Intergenerational Foundation (IF) said the Government must stop using the £100,000 average lifetime graduate earnings premium to justify increasing tuition fees, because it applies only to a select group of Oxbridge graduates and those with medical or dentistry degrees.
Angus Hanton, IF co-founder, said any politician or policymaker who “dangles the carrot” of an average lifetime earnings premium should be “challenged for gross mis-selling”.
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For example, what is the culture like, does the employer offer competitive perks and benefits, is it a sociable environment, do they offer training and mentoring?Glassdoor has found the top three highest-paying graduate roles all pay more than the UK’s national average salary of £27,600, with the most lucrative paying around £34,000.Jon Ingham, careers and workplace expert with Glassdoor, said: “Getting on the first rung of the career ladder is a time of both great excitement and trepidation for graduates. With millions of final year students graduating this summer, we’ve now identified where some of the UK’s best young talent can earn the most in what is an extremely competitive entry-level market.” He continued: “While it’s not just about the money, knowledge really is power when you are job-hunting.(1) Despite speaking very authoritatively, the author does not appear to understand gender.(2) Perhaps more interestingly, the author does not appear to understand engineering.