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  1. No economic based news seem clear anymore; take this Telegraph article that reports typical graduate starting pay this year as £29,500: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/jobs/10949825/Employers-receive-39-applications-for-every-graduate-job.html If true, this is great news for graduates and the country as a whole as a starting salary at that level could justify the costs of University education and we should start to see a rise in other workers pay. Friends of mine have kids that are approaching Uni age and the picture they paint is of many graduates attending less prestigious Universities is that they leave with lots of debt and end up in a job that would not traditionally have required a degree and are paid accordingly
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