There needs to be more promotion about which university courses will demand the higher salaries post university so young people are making the right decisions when it comes to choosing their university degree.
Also, putting salary aside, students still need to know which courses will give them in-demand skills that will make them employable after 3/4 years at university.
IT and engineering courses bring the best rewards, our study finds. Drama and dance students get the worst-paid jobs Sian Griffiths and Alastair McCall September 24 2017, 12:01am, The Sunday Times Positive outlook: Sophie Orlans, 23, a mechanical engineering studentComputer scientists, often maligned as geeks, have emerged as the top-earning university graduates. According to the Sunday Times league table of graduate salaries, computer studies courses make up five of the top 10 highest-earning degrees, alongside economics, engineering and business studies. Highest paid of all are computer scientists from Oxford who enjoy a £45,000 median salary six months after graduation. Many were recruited by banks or technology companies such as Google and Amazon.