Most graduates use their skills but disadvantaged students still lag behind

Graduates generally end up employed in graduate-level positions, but the latest evidence shows that students from disadvantaged backgrounds trail behind their peers when it comes to academic achievement and employment. New research by HEFCE reveals that the vast majority of university graduates gain graduate-level jobs within the first few years of their careers. The report examines the employment outcomes for graduates three and a half years after graduation and compares them to the outcomes after six months. Read More.