The Relative Labour Market Returns To Different Degrees

Family background, subject choice and university have a significant impact on English students' earnings five years after graduation, according to this report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

Figures compiled by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) show economics and medicine students earn about 60% more than history and English graduates. 

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