From HECSU blog – http://hecsu.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/incomes-data-services-have-just.html -Incomes Data Services (IDS) has just released their new survey of graduate starting salaries They see a modest increase in the number of graduate vacancies this year – up about 8% on last year – although this isn’t evenly spread across industries – they see falls in finance and law and a large rise in jobs in retail. Interestingly, they also foresee a small rise in public sector employment. Starting salaries remain flat – and will remain so until next year, and quote a median figure of £25,500.
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