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The 10 highest-paying graduate jobs

by LLB Reporter
3rd Aug 16 11:38 am

Check out Glassdoor’s annual list

Graduates who take up jobs as analysts make the highest salary, according to jobs website Glassdoor.

They take home a salary of £34,366.

For the research, Glassdoor combines the latest job listings with a vast array of user-generated content on more than 580,000 companies globally, including 13 million workplace ratings and reviews, salary reports, interview reviews, benefits reviews, office photos and more shared by employees.

“Getting on the first rung of the career ladder is a time of both great excitement and trepidation for graduates. However, finding the right job is not easy.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 anextremely competitive entry-level market,” said Jon Ingham, Glassdoor Careers and Workplace Expert.

“While it’s not just about the money, knowledgereally is power when you are job hunting. Graduate job seekers should endeavour to think wider than just the monthly pay cheque. For example, what is theculture like, does the employer offer competitive perks and benefits, is it a sociable environment, do they offer training and mentoring? The more you know,the better the decision you can make.”

Glassdoor’s ten highest paying graduate jobs are:

1.Graduate Analyst – £34,366 

2.Graduate Consultant – £28,891

3.Graduate Software Engineer –£28,370

4.Graduate Mechanical Engineer – £26,949

5.Graduate Engineer – £26,500

6.Graduate Software Developer – £26,000

7.Graduate Civil Engineer – £25,000

8.Graduate Structural Engineer – £24,993

9. Graduate Management Trainee – £20,000

10.Graduate Recruitment Consultant – £20,000



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