When compared earnings of both graduates and non-graduates, the following facts presented by the office of National Statistics. While graduates earned, on the average, £30,000 per annum, non-graduates earned £18,000 a year.
In most cases, various courses offer significantly higher salaries than salaries of non-graduates. And the figures show that graduates still attract a hefty salary premium compared to workers who are non graduates.
However, when it comes to employability of a course, dentistry assures 100% of employment. While medicine provides 95% of employment is d, pharmacy promises 88% of employment. The other programs are appeared to be presenting considerable employment.