“Investing for the long haul results in a greater pay off and this applies to what is arguably the first investment in our life – our education”
Despite evolving edtech and new age subjects like “Surf Science” and “Klingon”, one aspect that remains unchanged for prospective students is the daunting task of choosing the right career path. When it comes time to enrol in university, you’ll have to decide on your career path and the best degree to get for your future. This can be incredibly overwhelming as many points factor in the decision making process. You’ll have to consider your career growth potential, the global economy and of course, job prospects upon leaving university.
While it is vital to select a degree that you have genuine interest in, it is also important to know the prospective job opportunities that come with your degree upon leaving university. Considering most Brits (over 60%) find themselves in jobs for which their field of study is irrelevant, learning app Preply set out to inform students of the potential prospects that come with the list of degrees they can choose from. Investigating popularity, demand and salary prospects, their score-based ranking comprises of sector growth, job listings, flexibility, average salary, course availability and average search volume.