It pays to go to University

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It’s not everything, and for many it’s far from the main thing; but more evidence today that it pays to go to university…

The Times Higher published some bestCourse4me data yesterday that reveals by the age of 45, graduates are earning 82 per cent more on average than non-graduates – £38,415 compared with £21,095.

Graduates from Russell Group universities earn almost £7,000 a year more on average than UK graduates in general at the age of 40.

According to the analysis, graduates from the Russell Group’s 24 universities earn £43,745 at the age of 40 on average – 18 per cent more (£6,720) than the £37,025 median salary of all UK graduates at the same age.

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